Whatever's Left

by Grace Petrie

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Bob Barker
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Bob Barker This keeps me up at night. I can't start to listen without listening to the whole album. It's beautiful, touching, angry and fucking right on (can I swear on here?). It makes me cry and it makes me angry. Desperate to see Grace live now. Favorite track: You Pay Peanuts You Get Monkeys (You Pay Nothing You Get Nowt).
Peter Wakefield
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Peter Wakefield As a songwriter myself I despair at the lack of young, motivated political artists. I saw Grace at Shrewsbury folk festival and a whole audience was injected with hope and joy. This album has the Spirit of 1977, a joy to behold!! Good luck, Grace!!
Hannah
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Hannah It is unbeliveably cute and cool, but my favourite song is "falling in love with a vegan" but i cant find it anywhere, which is really annoying because it was amazing when I heard it performed at Venturer camp 2016, Woodcraft Folk Favorite track: Ivy.
William Schmausser
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William Schmausser A wonderful blend of Folk, Punk and uniquely British econo-politics. Decidedly authentic. Favorite track: If There's A Fire In Your Heart.
Kerry Haselup
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Kerry Haselup Makes me wish for the power every time. Favorite track: I Do Not Have The Power To Cause a Flood.
Sauronis
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Sauronis A look into Grace's heart, resulting in a legendary album. Favorite track: Workshy.
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Grace Petrie's fourth studio album is a return to big-sound political rants with a folk-punk energy and a big heart. A collection of leftwing anthems to soundtrack the next five years' struggle.

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released June 6, 2015

Grace Petrie - guitars, vocals, harmonica
Caitlin Field - bass, vocals
Jess Greengrass - drums, percussion, vocals
Mixed, mastered and engineered by John Helps.

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