Western Australia-based electro-pop artist Grace Sanders isn't afraid to be honest about the pain that love can cause. Her new track, No Fair, is a frank and real discussion about how those closest to us can hurt us the most, and we're pumped to be premiering the track.
Grace is able to get deeply personal about how relationships can turn dark, while also representing the love that's clearly still there. It's very much a push-and-pull relationship. No Fair's production reflects these dual moods, with the drop hitting at just the right moment. If you're a fan of synth-drenched pop, or just love a boogie, then this is the track for you.
Speaking about the track, Grace says that it's a song talking about how much love can hurt. "This song is super personal; I wrote it after a somewhat life-altering set of events occurred between my partner and me at the time and things between us got quite dark.
"I wanted the song to encapsulate the feeling of when the person closest to you hurts you deeply, and so in that super vulnerable place, you lash out back at them and get trapped in this back and forth of wanting to hurt each other as badly as what the other person has inflicted upon you.
"It's funny how the people who we love the most are the ones who are in the position to inflict the most pain- so I called the song No Fair to reflect on all those below the belt things someone can utilise in an argument BECAUSE they know you so well."
Check out No Fair above. It's a great mix of addictive basslines, sultry synths and vocals that leave you wanting more. Grace grabs your attention from the very first second and doesn't let go. You'll want to give this some repeat listens.