In 2018, up-and-coming alt-pop artist GRANT explored the depths of the dance music scene by committing her time and energy to In Bloom, a remarkable album filled with powerful lyrics and tracks. Gaining notable recognition for her electrifying album at the Swedish Grammy Awards in 2019 made the wave for this icon to share her music around the world. Now, she’s gracing listeners once again with another stunning release, the Vertigo EP!
The Vertigo EP explores the power behind sentimental lyrics and the feeling that surface when tracks are highly relatable. GRANT manages to impressively combine four tracks packed with amazing songwriting while engaging listeners with endless energy, soul, and an array of instrumentals. She kicks off the release with “Don’t Recall Growing Old,” a single that showcases the struggles and expectations of love as a growing adolescent and is paired with a music video that is packed full of emotion.
“’Don’t Recall Growing Old’ is about breaking down the barriers you built up when you were young and idealistic and had very high demands and expectations on love and what it should be. Honest love is for grown-ups. I didn’t really think I’d get there, but here we are.”
Her second track “Words” lightens the energy of a room as she incorporates beautiful vocals with stunning instrumentals. This song, in particular, sparks the internal need for communication between individuals and how important it is to exchange and connect experiences with one another. Finalizing the EP are “Hell Yes I’m Betting On You” and “Vertigo,” two uplifting tracks mimic the days spent listening to music in your garage about your first love with your best pals!
Throughout the entire EP, GRANT hits home with her inspiring vocals, exploration of human connection, and amazing soundscapes produced for brighter days. Following the trend of inspiring music videos this year, we expect to see more in the coming years from this devoted and determined producer!
1.Don’t Recall Growing Old
3.Hell Yes, I’m Betting On You
OVERALL RATING: 4½ stars