Sandra Grace inspires us with “Do You Have a Lover”

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Fun, catchy and truly empowering!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Hi Sandra, welcome to LA Music Review! Tell us a little bit about you and your music.

Hi, I’m Sandra Grace. I’m a Producer/Writer/Artist, Los Angeles resident, and Brooklyn native. I’ve worked across many music genres including chill/electronic, dance/EDM, indie rock, comedy & rap.

Congrats on the release! What was your inspiration when you were writing this project?

DO YOU HAVE A LOVER is my third album, inspired by love, comedy, and desire for connection. Here are some song highlights from this album:

1) “Stay With Me” is a love song that went viral (2m+ YouTube views)
2) “Do You Have A Lover” is a comedic dance/EDM single, in which I spoof a thickly-accented pickup line heard at a New York City bar! This song has been described as “A mix of pop, techno, and a great Saturday Night Live sketch.”
3) “Vicious Ass Nocturne” is a dance/EDM track inspired by a woman whose fine derriere caused a car accident (as well as by Chopin’s Nocturne No. 20 in C# minor)
4) “Epiphany (My Life’s Up To Me)” is a dance/EDM reenvisioning of my earlier indie rock song “Epiphany” (featured on my prior two albums: SANDRA GRACE, and SISTER SEZ)

Start streaming “Do You Have a Lover Album” here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

What is your vision for this project? What lessons would you like to impart with your audience?

My vision for DO YOU HAVE A LOVER is to spread laughter, love, and connection through music.

I suppose one lesson from this album, per the song “Vicious Ass Nocturne” (about a woman whose fine derriere causes a car accident), is this: keep your eyes on the road when driving!

Another lesson is that music is a universal language with a global audience. One of my songs from this album initially went viral because someone in Europe found and re-posted the music video!

What is your favorite part of this body of work?

I love the chillout love song “Stay With Me” from this album. I almost didn’t include it, because it’s so vulnerable, and because the rest of the album is mostly comedy-infused Dance/EDM. I’m glad the song found its home on this album, and has already touched some hearts.

Anything else we should know about it? Future releases? 

Regarding future releases, I’m so excited to be collaborating now with other producers, songwriters, and performers. I’ll drop sneak peek clips online when I can!

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