Single Review: Grace Gachot – Beast & His Beauties

Grace Gachot is a singer/songwriter from England, she moved to Spain and was largely raised there, before returning to London. She began to pursue her music career in earnest when she turned 17, and has already begun to garner traction and momentum, releasing her debut single ‘Fuckboy Tragedy’ back in September of this year, with her follow up single ‘Beast & His Beauties’ which we are here to discuss, being released on October 21st 2022. 

‘Beast & His Beauties’ builds, a slow, staccato beat that reminds me of a music box, and you just get caught up in the slightly offbeat but yet engrossing melody. Gachot’s voice is flawless, and it has a sweetness to it that really works in the track, especially considering the fairy tail overtones to this track it does remind me of a Disney princess, not Belle though, but more like Snow White. Anyway, the track has a really nice vibe to it, some strong internal pacing, that really makes it catchy, but not just because of repetition, but just a really solid beat throughout. I was really blown away by this track, and so early on in her career, I predict big things from Gachot in the future. 

So that’s what I thought of Grace Gachot’s single ‘Beast & His Beauties’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. While you’re at it, make sure and show your support for the artist, and keep up to date with their latest goings on, by checking out their website and by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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