Scottish songwriter Zoe Graham releases a new single ‘Gradual Move’.

It’s available to stream or download through the usual online channels.

The 22-year-old singer-songwriter recorded the track Belfast’s Oil Tape Studios with Kris Platt, Danny Ball and Matthew Rutherford-Jones. It ws then mixed by Grammy-award winning Eduardo De La Paz (Arcade Fire, Frightened Rabbit, Rae Morris).

Of her recent material, Graham said: “I used to write and perform purely on acoustic guitar. I would definitely have labelled myself as a folk musician at this point. I wrote songs that told stories and used a lot of finger picking and acoustic instruments.

“However, in recent times I feel like I’ve been having more fun with music. My taste has shifted to music like St Vincent, Christine and the Queens, HAIM. Bad ass, girl-fronted pop and electronic music. That really is just where my heart lies at the moment.”

Next show for the Glasgow-based singer is on 23rd January at Glasgow’s Oran Mor, as part of Celtic Connections.

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