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Gracie Abrams's debut album Good Riddance, produced and co-written by her frequent collaborator Aaron Dessner of The National, finds Abrams documenting her emotional experience with more precision and impact than ever before. As she narrates the end of a fractured relationship and all the confusion, frustration, and longing that come with it, the 23-year-old artist achieves a new level of lyrical honesty and self-possession an element fully reflected in her quietly captivating vocal work.

Gracie Abrams's debut album Good Riddance, produced and co-written by her frequent collaborator Aaron Dessner of The National, finds Abrams documenting her emotional experience with more precision and impact than ever before. As she narrates the end of a fractured relationship and all the confusion, frustration, and longing that come with it, the 23-year-old artist achieves a new level of lyrical honesty and self-possession an element fully reflected in her quietly captivating vocal work.

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Good Riddance: Deluxe [Limited Edition Clear LP]
Artist: Gracie Abrams
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $37.99
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DISC: 1

1. Best
2. I know it won't work
3. Full machine
4. Where do we go now?
5. I should hate you
6. Will you cry?
7. Amelie
8. Difficult
9. This is what the drugs are for
10. Fault line
11. The blue
12. Right now
13. Block me out
14. Unsteady
15. 405
16. Two People

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Gracie Abrams's debut album Good Riddance, produced and co-written by her frequent collaborator Aaron Dessner of The National, finds Abrams documenting her emotional experience with more precision and impact than ever before. As she narrates the end of a fractured relationship and all the confusion, frustration, and longing that come with it, the 23-year-old artist achieves a new level of lyrical honesty and self-possession an element fully reflected in her quietly captivating vocal work.

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