Gracie Abrams Announces New Project, ‘This Is What It Feels Like’

Acclaimed songwriter Gracie Abrams will release her new project, This Is What It Feels Like, November 12th via Interscope Records.  The follow up to her debut project minor, which was released in the summer of 2020 followed by a virtual tour, This Is What It Feels Like showcases Abrams’ emotionally intimate lyrics and features the recently released songs “Feels Like” and “Rockland.” Pre-save This Is What It Feels Like here.

Abrams’ single “Feels Like” was produced by Blake Slatkin, Carter Lang, and Abrams, and emerges as one of the most euphoric tracks yet from the 22-year old songwriter revealing new textures of her mesmerizing voice as she shares a moment of everything feeling just right after moving to NYC and living with her best friend.  The stunning video for “Feels Like” was co-directed by Abrams and Matty Peacock. “Rockland” was co-written by Abrams and Aaron Dessner, who also produced the song.

Abrams recently wrapped up her sold-out I’ve Missed You, I’m Sorry tour, which marks the first time she’s ever embarked on a full tour. The I’ve Missed You, I’m Sorry tour began in early September, with dates at major festivals like Bottlerock, Firefly, and Austin City Limits.  Abrams recently announced a North American headlining tour for early 2022. Kicking off on February 2 in Salt Lake City, the This Is What It Feels Like tour will continue through March 13 in Seattle. The 21-date tour will include stops in New York, Brooklyn, Chicago, Toronto, Nashville, and the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, with most dates already sold out. See below for a complete list of tour dates and to purchase tickets visit:

2/2/22  Salt Lake City, UT Kilby Court SOLD OUT

2/4/22  Denver, CO  Bluebird Theater

2/7/22  Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry SOLD OUT

2/8/22  Chicago, IL  Metro

2/10/22 Toronto, ON  The Axis Club SOLD OUT

2/11/22 Montreal, QC  L’Astral SOLD OUT

2/12/22 Cambridge, MA  The Sinclair SOLD OUT

2/14/22 New York, NY  The Bowery Ballroom SOLD OUT

2/15/22 Brooklyn, NY  Music Hall of Williamsburg SOLD OUT

2/17/22 Philadelphia, PA The Foundry at The Fillmore SOLD OUT

2/19/22 Washington, DC  The Miracle Theatre SOLD OUT

2/21/22 Nashville, TN  The Basement East

2/25/22 Dallas, TX  HOB Dallas Cambridge Room SOLD OUT

2/26/22 Austin, TX  The Parish SOLD OUT

3/1/22  Phoenix, AZ  Valley Bar

3/4/22  Los Angeles, CA  El Rey Theatre SOLD OUT

3/5/22  Los Angeles, CA  El Rey Theatre SOLD OUT

3/7/22  San Francisco, CA August Hall

3/9/22  Portland, OR  Wonder Ballroom

3/12/22 Vancouver, BC  Fortune Sound Club

3/13/22 Seattle, WA  Neumos

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