Alessandra Grace releases “Let it Rain”

After the success of Something so Good, recently aired on BBC London Introducing and soundtrack to Vodafone Italy’s LGBT campaign, singer-songwriter Alessandra Grace releases her second single “Let It Rain” from forthcoming EP I Do It For Love.


Alessandra Grace’s new single Let It Rain takes us to a different dimension from the pop hit “Something so Good”, we discover a richer and darker sound, a sensual soft-spoken tone in the verses with her classic smashing chorus that blows up the song. With influences from Zayne/The Weeknd, Sade/Mariah vocal and a Coldplay chorus.

Once again, duo Matthew MOZ Jenkins & Alessandra Grace have delivered a tune you will want to add to your playlist.

Despite her commercial appeal, Alessandra is in fact a classically trained singer-songwriter. Originally hailing from Italy, Alessandra relocated to London to pursue her career as a singer after resigning from her high-profile position in a corporate company. Her forthcoming EP “I Do It For Love” single by single to truly address all different aspects of love: love towards family and friends, romantic love, love that has come to an end, love for everything life has given us and most of all it addresses that life long relationship we build with ourselves.

Let It Rain talks about unrequited love, a love that has ended. It’s the sound of the rain that, right after a breakup, takes us to a place where we can relive all those moments shared with our loved one, those moments you thought were gone for good but that through the rain you can live once again.

All throughout October and November you can hear Alessandra’s live residency performance at Mayfair’s Member’s club Tramp.

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