TS Graye Drops New Single ‘Honestly’

In the wake of her eighteenth birthday, rising British recording artist TS Graye has today released her dynamic new single; ‘Honestly’. Like her previous, adored singles ‘MY2’ and ‘Take Notes’, the song was produced by Louis Mattrs who joined forces on this occasion with Grades (NAO, H.E.R, Khalid). The resulting track showcases TS Graye’s unique blend of noir-pop, full of lush orchestration and ingenious lyricism.

I don’t give a f*ck if he’s bad for me
I know he’s bad for me
But he brings me peace
And he’s spectacular, honestly
You could never see all the things that I see

On the meaning behind the song, TS Graye explains “Honestly is about being in love with someone in spite of how they treat you. Even though other people don’t approve of you staying in a relationship, and can point to times when your partner has lied to you or treated you badly, you make excuses for that person, because you see them through different eyes. They have always been the way they are, and you have always known it, but you accept that they’ll never change and that you love them for it anyway. It’s an explanation rather than an apology — sometimes love is based on something so deep that you can’t explain.”

Since the impactful release of the singer’s debut ‘MY2’ in June, which was earmarked by many as one of the most exciting introductions to a new artist this year, support for the young starlet continues to grow. Having garnered half a million streams on Spotify alone, media support includes Guardian Guide, Complex, The Line of Best Fit, Clash and BEAT Magazine.