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Bitten by the Devil

by Emma Morton, The Graces

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AnteChrist Swanky, gritty, and just flat-out well-done. This has instantly become one of my favourite albums. Favorite track: Dirty John.
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aj2017 Thank you guys! I was at your concert last night in Viareggio and you just blew my mind!! I hope I'll get to hear you again soon :)
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Scozia 02:12
One by One 03:45
Why Fall 03:39
Good Men 06:01
Dirty John 04:50
I Want You 04:50
Lost Woman 05:51


Emma Morton was born in Glasgow but moved to Italy where she met and established The Graces in 2015. Bitten by the Devil consequently unites two different cultural traditions alongside the members’ passion for Jazz and Blues making this album a unique melting pot of experiences and sound.

The songs of Emma Morton and the Graces speak of life and, without hesitation, also about the hidden and taboo themes of the human experience including sex, freedom, depression and violence. Emma says that the confessions found within this album were shared with her intention to “create beauty out of the ugly of life”.

The initial impetus of the album was to compose songs that stayed faithful to acoustic tradition giving Bitten by The Devil a truly authentic and honest sound. There is no digital manipulation throughout the whole album because, as Emma puts it, “history teaches us that acoustic sound never tires. We can see this, for example, in how vinyl has had a huge come back in the recent years. I think that in the last decades we’ve been ruined slightly by just listening to MP3s.”

Emma Morton and The Graces have a large following in Italy throughout which they tour all year round. In late 2018 the band signed with UK based Freshly Squeezed Music to start stepping into international territory.


released August 31, 2018


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