Following the release of her dreamy single “Heaven”, the electro-pop-artist is now revealing the second single off her upcoming debut album.
Titled “Worthy”, the self-written single came from a place of exhaustion while trying to reach a level of perfection. With captivating synthesizers and haunting choruses, the new single invites the listener to keep going no matter what.
“Worthy was written when I was spiraling in my own negativity. I wondered why I was standing in my own way, because of fear or feeling that I didn’t deserve to do something greater – and that paralyzed me a lot of the time. I felt like I wasn’t allowed to do certain things because I didn’t deserve them yet and as I wrote this song, I realized that my own worth is assigned by me. So sometimes, perhaps I don’t feel as worthy, but I keep trying to be. That’s why this song is so close to my heart, it’s a reminder that I am not my feelings and I can keep going – despite the negativity.,” she explains.
“Worthy” will be a part of her first concept record, to be released later this year.
Melbourne-based singer, songwriter, producer and accomplished stage actor Grace Cummings announces today that she has signed with ATO Records, who will release her forthcoming, self-produced sophomore album. Storm Queen will be released on January 14th on ATO Records.
In celebration of the album announcement, Grace Cummings shares the record’s first single and album opener. On the majestic “Heaven,” which was recorded in one take.
Cummings explains. “To me talking about God or Mother Mary is a way of labeling something beautiful that I don’t understand, something that’s not quite a part of the world we live in.