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LA-based Goody Grace Releases New Single “Pretend”

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Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Goody Grace has release a new single, “Pretend”, today via Bananabeat Records.

Goody Grace is nearing the end of a national tour Atlantic Records artist gnash, which began Sept. 28th in Phoenix, AZ, and will end in Orlando, FL at Backbooth, after his EP release show on November 6th in Los Angeles at The Roxy.  For more information on tickets, please visit

“Pretend” comes on the heels of Goody Grace’s video for the single “Memorie$” which features collaborator Jesse Rutherford, as well as Jaden Smith and Harry Hudson. The video garnered over 40,000 views in it’s first week, and is now well over 160,000 – check it out here.

Goody Grace Tour Dates with gnash

November 1st – Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy

November 3rd – St Petersburg, FL @ State Theater

November 4th – Orlando, FL @ Backbooth

November 6th – Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy

About Goody Grace

Goody Grace was born in Selkirk, Manitoba and has been mentored by Cisco Adler since the age of 16 when he contacted him via Twitter. Last year, he moved to Los Angeles to follow his dream where countless hours of writing for himself and others and daily recording sessions have helped shape this natural talent into a well rounded artist with a point of view and a voice waiting to be heard.

He recently co-wrote Cody Simpson’s single “Flower” and co-wrote/is featured on Atlantic Records rising star gnash’s song “That One Song”, which has well over 1 million Spotify streams and counting. Goody’s last song “2 Shots” featuring gnash did close to 300k plays on Soundcloud in it’s first week and the close collaborators recently wrapped a sold out tour together.

Stay up to date on all things Goody Grace on his Facebook and Twitter, or by visiting his website at

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