Manu Grace will release No Room for Error, her sophomore EP available October 16 via Platoon. With a bold unlocking of freedom and femininity, the seven songs on the EP break new ground for the purveyor of “sensitive pop” — unguarded and groovy, appealing to both heart and feet alike. The South African songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist also just released the EP’s lead single “Two Weeks” which premiered today on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show as a “World First” record. The song is the musical manifestation of an unanticipated romance in Tuscany, encompassing the colors, sounds, smells and sensations of a fun-yet-fleeting summer. Hear the gorgeous and sunny track here: https://platoon.lnk.to/twoweeks.
“Two Weeks” comes with an intimate, DIY visual from Manu, filmed while in shutdown with her family in South Africa. “Playing into the limitations of lockdown, I head out on foot, armed with a tripod and VHS camera,” notes Manu. “I filmed myself in the spaces that have played such a crucial role in keeping my head on in this bizarre time. I wanted to just keep it simple and natural, using only what I had immediately at hand – and, to be perfectly honest, I set myself the challenge simply to see if I could pull it off.” Watch the video for “Two Weeks” here: https://youtu.be/GwKrXMxFgdM.