Gracie Abrams has announced her debut album, ‘Good Riddance’

The lead single, 'Where do we go now?', will be released this Friday, 13th January.

Gracie Abrams has announced the release of her debut album, ‘Good Riddance’.

Set to arrive on February 24, the singer-songwriter took to social media to celebrate the news, also revealing that the lead single, ‘Where do we go now?’, will be released this Friday, 13th January.

The album was co-written and co-produced by Aaron Dessner, who is best known for his work in The National and, recently, with Taylor Swift. She described the creative process, saying Dessner reminded her that “holding space for brutal honesty in songwriting is kind of the whole point” and that he makes others feel safe to explore the most raw parts of themselves.

In her post, Abrams expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to make her album, saying it allowed her to grow and reflect. She continued, saying it allowed her to “let go” of versions of herself she no longer recognised.

You can check out her post below.

Alongside the news, Gracie has also announced a run of tour dates. You can check those out in the post below.

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