Queensland singer-songwriter Briannah Grace is stepping into an anticipated new venture inspired during the crazy changes caused by Covid-19.  ‘If I Had To Guess’ is a catchy, fun, and upbeat urban cowgirl pop song.  It is a sassy take on the heartache and denial everyone faces while getting over someone you still miss. Briannah Grace’s vocals are distinctive, yet fresh and this song is a bop you can’t help but sing along to.

“I’ve been waiting for two years to release this song!  There’s been many hurdles with the way the world is right now but getting to debut my solo work has been a long time coming and I can’t wait for you to hear this cracker of a track!”

Briannah spent 2020 kicking huge goals, that launched her in the award-winning sibling duo as half of ‘Oh Harlow’, who in 2020 won the Queensland Music Award for ‘Country Song of the Year’, starred in the Top 24 on X Factor 2016, performed at Woodford Folk Festival, Groundwater Country Music Festival and Gympie Music Muster four years in a row.

Oh Harlow’s debut single ‘Give It A Miss’ hit the charts at #3 on The Music Network Australian Country Airplay Charts, #1 on the iTunes Country Singles Chart and the sisters performed around Australia and toured internationally to Japan.

Taking with her the hard work and determination that it took to create that success, this short but mighty go-getter has spent the pandemic songwriting, learning guitar, photography and building a community while live-streaming her music on the online platform ‘Twitch’ when not performing due to the pandemic.

After six years of touring, songwriting and performing in her duo, Briannah Grace is fronting her own debut single ‘If I Had To Guess’, recorded at Brisbane’s Red Engine Recording Studio, and produced by Andrew Cochrane.

To co-incide with the single release, Briannah Grace will be performing at Gympie Music Muster in August.

Briannah Grace’s new single ‘If I Had To Guess’ is out at radio and digital platforms on Friday 6th May 

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