Artist Spotlight : Rachel Grae Releases Latest Single & Video “Outsider”

by Rafeal Crawford
Artist Spotlight : Rachel Grae Releases Latest Single & Video "Outsider"

Artist Spotlight : Rachel Grae Releases Latest Single & Video "Outsider"

Rachel Grae releases lates single “Outsider”

Rachel Grae released her latest single “Outsider” — her most vulnerable release to date — sharing the gut-wrenching loneliness that comes with being the person that is always there for others, but whose turbulent feelings are rarely considered in return. With gentle piano and orchestral swells, “Outsider” speaks to those who feel unheard, and anyone who might feel like they don’t quite fit in.

“This song was the therapy I needed when I didn’t have someone to lean on,” Rachel recounts. “I’ve been trying to be as open as possible with my platform to show who I really am as an artist, and “Outsider” is the most vulnerable I’ve allowed myself to be yet. I hope it helps others like it helped me.” Rachel’s message has already resonated with her fans, with over 13,000 of them presaving the track.

“Outsider” is Rachel’s third single after two other 2021 releases, “Bad Timing” and “Lived it Twice,” which have collectively gained over half a million streams on Spotify to date. Her rapid growth is from the connection she has with her audience. Rachel can often be found on Instagram and Tiktok live, her openness tangible even through a screen. She’s often told that she has no filter — but it’s something that makes her all the more relatable. It’s Rachel’s powerhouse vocals that set her apart from her peers.

Listen to ‘Outsider’ here.

For more information on Rachel Grae and her music, visit RachelGrae.comFacebookInstagramTikTokYouTube.

About Rachel Grae 
Growing up in the outskirts of New York City, Rachel Grae dissected music like an archeologist — digging into lyrics, and turning over melodies. When she started writing her own music she set her intention with clarity, embracing imperfection as a means to investigate vulnerability in all its forms. Rachel points to Kelly Clarkson, Adele, and Demi Lovato as vocal inspirations, but she invokes the youthful energy of peers like Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, and Tate McRae through her songwriting. Uniquely, when Rachel Grae yearns to learn more about the world around her, she looks inward —  reflecting on her past missteps and epiphanies to inform her next move. Her goal is clear: constructing songs that confront universal emotions as a compassionate act; making music that works on herself means that listeners start halfway to the finish line.

For additional information, interviews, music, etc., contact:
Michael Morrison, Groundwork Management – [email protected]
Ethan Langston, Groundwork Management – [email protected]

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