#MusicMonday March 23rd

Written by on 23rd March 2020

This week’s #MusicMonday comes via the Press Team once again, and is the choice of Lexi.

GRACES COLLIDE are made up of the cool and calm Danny Wenham on Vocals and lead guitar and the strong and energetic twins Jurgan & Will Hamblin playing bass and rhythm guitars.



Graces Collide are a powerful melodic riff laden rock monster hailing from the heart of Brighton, UK.

They’ve even enlisted “The Rocket Dolls” frontman Nikki Smash to lend a soaring vocal on live favourite “Another Sun”. The bands second single from “Our Tomorrow” out March 13th.


“Another Sun is the idea of pulling away from someone who once lit up your world, but slowly they turned into a dying star. The song goes through the emotions of trying to escape the pull of this black hole in search of a new horizon” says Graces Collide frontman Danny Wenham.

Smash says “When the lads asked me to spit some vocals on it, I couldn’t say no. After touring the UK a few times with Graces Collide, this was my favourite to hear live. It was meant to be!”

“To be able to have immortalised a song featuring Nikki Smash who I respect so much as a musician and a great friend is the kind of blessing only music gives you!” adds bassist Jurgan Hamblin.


For fans of: Tremonti, Shinedown, Alter Bridge, Three Days Grace, The Fallen State.



Our Tomorrow” the debut album from GRACES COLLIDE is due 10 April 2020 you can pre save and pre-order via GRACES COLLIDEs webstore, iTunes & Spotify NOW!


Our Tomorrow” was by fast up and coming producer George Donoghue (River Becomes Ocean/The Rocket Dolls) and mixed & mastered by heavy weight Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon/Phil Cambell & The Bastard Sons/Bullet For My Valentine)


“Having Romesh mix our record was like turning night into day, it takes a very talented man to make a band love their own songs even more!” says riff wizard Will.


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