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Grace Gaustad releases a heartfelt pop tune, entitled, “Smokeclouds”

Grace Gaustad is a 17-year-old singer-songwriter from New York City. Not too long ago, she released a heartfelt pop tune, entitled, “Smokeclouds”.

Grace Gaustad –  “Smokeclouds” single

“In the smoke clouds, promise me when the sky gets dark you’ll come down. Hold my hand, we’ll figure this out. When the lines in the snow fade away. I’ll be here when they’re gone, you could stay in the smoke clouds with me.” – lyrics

‘Smokeclouds’ tells an interesting tale of a young woman who shares a problematic relationship with a pill-popping drug-addict. Apparently, he likes Adderall mixed with alcohol and Sprite mixed with cough syrup.

Later, the sun comes out while he’s blacking out, and she stands there quietly, not wanting to kill his vibe because she loves him. 

‘Smokeclouds’ contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and lush instrumentation flavored with sentimental elements.

Grace Gaustad –  “Smokeclouds” single

Grace Gaustad -  “Smokeclouds” artwork

“‘Smokeclouds’ is a song about the highs and lows of drug addiction and the damage that it does to personal relationships. Most people at some point in their life either cope with addiction or know someone who struggles. Regardless of the situation, ‘Smokeclouds’ creates an optimistic and loving approach to the topic suggesting in the chorus, one day the two people will be reunited again.” – Grace Gaustad

Grace Gaustad has written over 300 songs and she continues to write each day. She writes about world events, personal experiences, and experiences of those around her.

Her cover of “Take Me to Church” has amassed over 19M views on Instagram, 1.1M views on YouTube, and landed on Argentina’s Viral Top 50 playlist on Spotify.

Another fan favorite, “Chasing Cars”, has received over 9M views on Instagram and 730k on YouTube. Also, her songs have received over 3.7M streams on Spotify with over 67k listeners each month.

We recommend adding Grace Gaustad’s “Smokeclouds” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.

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