Speaking about the stunning new single, Rachel explains, “I wrote this song whilst in Bristol with Jack Sibley and Daniel Hylton Nuamah. I remember thinking about how lucky I was that making music had become my job. Sitting in a beautiful home in Bristol writing and being creative, really made me reflect on all the things I must be grateful for. It’s easy for me to moan about things but I sometimes forget how lucky I am to be in my position. Ever since I wrote this song, whenever I feel frustrated about situations, I just remind myself I am doing what I love, and this is ‘good stress’. I have always been taught to be very grateful for everything. Seeing how hard my mum worked to care for 5 children, cousins and my sick dad all whilst being an immigrant made me aware of the sacrifices that were made for me to be where I am today.”
Check it out now below, and revisit our chat with Rachel from our May 2021 issue here too!
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