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The highly anticipated second EP from SpaceAcre, That Girl, has been released. It chronicles their journey through life. SpaceAcre slowly unveiled new songs, building excitement for the full release. Fans can now listen to the final track, Say.
Opening with simple guitar loops, Say crescendos into an orchestral soundscape. It’s primarily about the impact of losing a very close friend suddenly. The lyrics have the power to get under your skin and move you in many ways. Especially if you have experienced something similar, they’ll be relatable.
In addition to Say, the other songs are also worth listening to. Let’s take the title-track, for example, which was written with empowerment in mind. SpaceAcre strives to strengthen all women, a goal they achieve.
From a musical standpoint, the entire EP is top notch. You won’t be able to dismiss the atmosphere created by heavy drums, menacing grooves, epic cinematic strings, and haunting melodies. There are themes of female empowerment, queerness, grief, relationships, family politics, and mental health interwoven throughout.
While keeping grounded to their own style, SpaceAcre do some different things as well. Because of this, That Girl earns the title of iconic. So don’t wait a minute longer, go check it out today.