New Release: Robert Grace: Reasons

Reasons’ is out today and is taken from Rob’s highly anticipated debut album, coming next month.

Robert Grace has made it his mission to openly address serious mental health issues with his songs and present them in a surprisingly light-hearted way. With the help of his music, he wants to create a safe space for his fans and those who may be struggling. He has developed a potent formula for compelling songs that see people all across the globe feeling both understood and entertained. “Happy sad songs”, as he loves to call them, have become his ultimate trademark – and as such he will release his debut album Happy Sad Songs on May 24th via Columbia Records Germany.

Robert has seen incredible success with his releases. International breakthrough, ‘Fake Fine’, has gained over 30 million streams to date, and has since been certified Platinum in Ireland. In an effort to build momentum for the upcoming release, Grace created videos and managed to organically grow a colossal fanbase on TikTok, before the track was even out. By the time ‘Fake Fine’ was finally released, evidently, the world was ready for it. Born right into the heart of the Covid and lockdown era, the track became an instant hit and practically turned Robert Grace’s life upside down overnight.

Originating from the scenic town of Kilkenny, Ireland, Grace has garnered a devoted following of 3.2 million TikTok fans, all captivated by his evocative song writing and captivating melodies. ‘Reasons’ is a prime example of his thoughtful artistry, with acoustic instrumentation and impeccable harmonies
allowing his vocal prowess and reflective lyrics to take centre stage.

Robert Grace, unveils brand new single ‘Reasons’. The introspective ballad serves as a personal reflection on overcoming inner struggles and is a continuation of Grace’s mission to openly address mental health within his music – a cathartic outlet for him, while simultaneously a therapeutic listening experience for his fans.
Sharing the poignant insight into the inspiration behind the track, Robert Grace said: “This is probably the most personal song I’ve ever written. There was a point in my life where I really believed my family would be better off without me in their lives. I felt like a complete burden. Like there was no reason for me to stick around. Obviously, I couldn’t have been more wrong… I’ve got millions of ‘Reasons’ to be here and that’s what this song is all about.”