Listen: Isaac Gracie shares new track ‘That Was Then’

Isaac Gracie shares new track ‘That Was Then’

His self-titled debut album is released in April.

There’s only a couple of weeks to go before Isaac Gracie releases his long-awaited self-titled debut album through 13th April. Speaking of the record, Isaac offered: “It was the biggest test I’ve ever undertaken and a winding journey that I won’t forget”.

Now he’s shared another new track ‘That Was Then’, alongside a live video accompaniment from Konk Studios.

Happening around the time of the album’s release, Isaac’s also set to go on a huge UK tour, which kicks off in Manchester and rounds off at London’s Hackney Empire, taking in a number of towns and cities along the way. Tickets are on sale now.

Isaac also recently shared a video for recent single ‘Last Words’.

Listen to ‘That Was Then’ and see all of Isaac’s upcoming UK tour dates below.

11 Gorilla, Manchester
12 Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen, Leeds
13 The Mash House, Edinburgh
15 King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
16 The Crescent, York
17 Leadmill 2, Sheffield
18 The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
20 O2 Institute2, Birmingham
21 O2 Academy2, Oxford
22 Arts Centre, Norwich
23 Thekla, Bristol
25 The Haunt, Brighton
26 Hackney Empire, London

Isaac Gracie will play Citadel (15th July) where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit for more information.

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