Premiere: Grace Hughes successfully ventures into the electro-pop world on 'Habit'

Premiere: Grace Hughes successfully ventures into the electro-pop world on 'Habit'

Working with producer Jean-Paul Fung, together they've crafted a stellar track.

Previously dabbling in the acoustic world with her 2014 EP Straight Lines, we're excited to premiere 19-year-old Byron Bay product Grace Hughes' first foray into the world of electronic pop with Habit. Working with revered producer Jean-Paul Fung (who we've mentioned a few times on the site working with the likes of PLTS and Tyne-James Organ), Hughes' journey into the dance world is off to a flying start. Her gentle but commanding vocal presence gives weight to the already heady themes of the track, which sonically reminds us of Goldroom's breakout single, Embrace. And hot damn if that bassline isn't funky as hell. Take a listen below, and keep your ears peeled for more new music from Hughes soon.

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