Grace Joyner spent several years as a harmony singer for several prominent Nashville-area bands before writing her own material. This turned out to be a good decision. Joyner, like many of us, channeled her hurt into a positive outlet – her music. After finding her muse on an EP, Young Fools, Joyner is back with a debut LP.

Joyner’s songs touch on unrequited love, coming to terms with personal failure, and the importance of taking action. “Real” finds Joyner’s lilting vocals riding smoothly on top of synthy indie rock undertones. RIYL if you like Copeland, Lydia, or The Bird and the Bee.

Grace Joyner’s latest release is Young Fools, out now on Hearts & Plugs. Her new LP, Maybe Sometimes In C, will be out this May.