Grace Day & Frances Praet Join Forces for ‘Felt Like Falling’
Rising Nashville artists Frances Praet and Grace Day have joined forces to create a surprisingly feel-good Pop/Americana breakup collaboration. The song, out everywhere on November 30th, will hopefully make you dance while also compelling you to question – am I in this relationship because I’m in love or because I just ‘Felt like Falling?’ The song is a perfect fusion of each artist’s unique style, blending Grace Day’s signature quirky pop sound with Frances Praet’s timeless Americana/country style. While Frances and Grace have worked together in a creative capacity before, most notably on Grace Day’s early 2022 single ‘Never Lonely With You’ which features Frances’s production chops, this is their first official collaboration as artists.
Donegal native Grace Day began her music career in Galway Ireland, where she attended NUIG and played in bands. She decided to move to Nashville on a whim, not knowing a single soul in the city. Her spontaneity pervades her music through her eccentric, often humorous lyrics, and unique indie pop sound. Grace has an array of music idols across many genres including Julia Michaels, Bo Burnham, and Phoebe Bridgers. Her dreamy heartbreak ballad ‘Never Lonely With You’ was well-received by the heartbreak community, and was on rotation on National Irish radio stations such as RTE 1 and BBC. Grace is a big fan of collaboration and when she’s not working on her own music, she’s writing with other Nashville Artists/writers.
Frances Praet was born in Louisiana but has been living in Nashville for the past 8 years, where she and her Dad have been running a music production company. Having produced for many independent artists, Frances is a jack of all trades in the Nashville music space. The title track of her recent EP ‘Romantic, so Tragic’ was featured on the Apple ‘New in Country’ playlist. Frances considers Fleetwood Mac and Linda Ronstadt to be some of her most important influences and has created her own unique lane in the young Americana scene. Her pristine, velvet vocals and nostalgic production give her music that intangible timeless quality.