Combining honeyed vocals with a finely honed talent for storytelling – singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Grace Amos creates music that resonates and connects.
Taking inspiration from a range of genres including indie, rock and pop, Grace has carved out a unique niche for herself through her strong stage presence, skilfully arranged covers and original music.
Hailing from rural NSW and at just 18-year-old, Grace has already made her voice known both locally and internationally, having been selected to perform as part of the Australian tour for UK artist, HRVY, as well as being chosen as a finalist in the 2018 Discover Series (judged by artists including Amy Shark). Demonstrating her versatility and wide-ranging talents, Grace was also the recipient of the 2018 Maton Guitars Britton Morrison Scholarship, which granted her the opportunity to attend the prestigious CMAA Academy of Country Music in Tamworth.
Grace has since continued to develop strong connections with the local music community – having performed at the 2020 Tamworth Country Music Festival and written and recorded original songs alongside Aria Award winning producer Matt Fell and Nick Zaharias of The Artist Studio Sydney. In 2021, her work with Matt saw the launch of Grace’s debut single “Listen Real Closely”. Streamed more than 40,000 times and added to radio playlists throughout Australia, the compelling song hit a chord with Grace’s ever-growing fanbase.
As her final year of high school approached, Grace took to the stage at the Winter Wine Festival with Ziggy Alberts, made the Byron Bluesfest Busking competition shortlist and inspired support sets for fellow artists Fanny Lumsden and Mahalia Barnes. All while establishing an impressive social media presence with more than 25,000 Instagram followers.
Recently added to the MGM roster, Grace has big plans for 2022, including the launch of her singles, “DECIDE”, "KISS YOU TIL I'M SOBER" and, to be released August 5th, "NOTHING TO SAY", creating her first ever music video, working on her debut EP and various co-writing projects, performing as the pre-game entertainment for an NRL game and the Valleyways music festival and her first year of tertiary studies at Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music where she will further her studies in song writing and music production.
Tommy Faith, Triple J
"...making records that're beyond her years"
Jannah Beth, Mood Media
“Grace’s angelic voice along with her heartfelt and mature lyrics are a divine combination, this song will be enjoyed by many.”