Over the past three years, 23-year-old singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams has carved out a niche in a pop world dominated by Xeroxes of Billie Eilish, Phoebe Bridgers and Olivia Rodrigo.
As attention (and streaming numbers) continue to pile up for her EPs, “This Is What It Feels Like” (2021) and “Minor” (2020), Abrams, the daughter filmmaker J.J. Abrams, last week announced plans to release her debut full-length, “Good Riddance,” on Feb. 24.
The album, produced by Aaron Dessner of the National, was introduced with the confessional “Where Do We Go Now?,” which was co-written by Dessner and arrived with a video directed by Gia Coppola. It followed the release of two singles in 2022, “Difficult” and “Block Me Out,” which also were collaborations with Dessner.
In addition to her solo tour, which includes two headlining dates at the Fonda Theatre in late March, Abrams will be opening for Taylor Swift on several dates of Swift’s “The Eras Tour,” including Aug. 3 and 8 at SoFi Stadium.
||| Watch: The video for “Where Do We Go Now?”
||| Also: Stream “Difficult”