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newcomer GRAAW drops ‘Self Sabotage’ single

After time spent in Nashville and LA as a songwriter and session guitarist, London-based GRAAW today releases new single ‘Self-Sabotage’. 

Inspired by the likes of Tom Petty, John Mayer and Bryan Adams, ‘Self Sabotage’ is an anthemic hit of rock-n-roll about being your own worst enemy. A candid reflection about moving on from a negative state of mind, GRAAW explains “Sometimes we pigeon hole our outlook on our relationships, from how they hurt us, or made us feel. We hold onto these feelings that are just self-destructive. The song is about letting go of the past or a toxic relationship/break-up. It’s about taking control and realizing that you are on your own journey and have the freedom to change”.
‘Self Sabotage’ was produced by Fred Abbott (Noah and The Whale) and mastered at the legendary Abbey Road by Christian Wright.

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