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Núria Graham conjures emotive display of vulnerability on ‘Ready To Fool You’

Conjures emotive display of vulnerability on ‘Ready To Fool You’ out now via

Primavera Sound Labels / Universal Music

Catalan-Irish singer-songwriter Núria Graham returns with a brand new track ‘Ready To Fool You’ out through Primavera Sound Labels / Universal Music this April.

A poignant display of emotive vulnerability, Nuria’s deeply personal song fuses sparse guitar melodies over smoky, haunting vocal delivery. Nuria says: “One year ago, in the process of this change I was going through, I wrote “Ready to fool you”. I felt the need to just express myself with the piano and the lyrics of the song. Lately I’ve been finding the magic in this kind of simplicity. The whole song is based on a conversation with a dear friend on a very concrete night in Paris after a break-up. It’s all images of different spots in the city at night, talking about love and wondering what it is all about, in the song I say that “I’d like to be some kind of angel, wave my hand, and disappear” whatever that  means.”

Following on from her recent album ‘Majorie’ released in 2020, Graham has crafted a unique space for her-self in the alt-pop realm. A natural talent having released her debut album ‘First Tracks’ at the tender age of sixteen in 2015, Núria’s trajectory has been on the rise. The sophomore album ‘Does It Ring A Bell?’ in 2017, garnered her national acclaim and positioned her as one to watch out for.

An international tour beckoned with Núria taking the stage across various festivals in London, Berlin, France and Portugal including a sold out homecoming show at SALA APOLLO in Barcelona. The press accolades began to pile in with support from BBC Radio 1, Atwood Magazine and Nothing But Hope and Passion. Núria continues her foray into 2021 with ‘At Last / Ready To Fool You’, a personal double A-side single that acts as a bridge between ‘Marjorie’ and her new album due later in the year.

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