What started as a solo project for small-town singer, Jamila Grace transformed over the pandemic into GRXCE, an indie rock band comprised of university classmates and strangers plucked from Facebook. We caught up with the band ahead of their show at The House of Music and Booze this Friday.

How has the response to your new single been? Tell us a bit about the song and what it means to you.

It has been overwhelming how beautiful the response has been! This song is super personal to our lead singer as it directly relates to her childhood and how she grew up with separated parents. Something super personal like this is so hard to put out into the world so seeing people love that is very heart warming.

The band have stormed the Sydney scene in the last few years and have gathered a large amount of support through consistent gigs and releases.

One thing we’ve noticed about the band is the huge gig hustle, how has it been playing so many shows? 

It’s one of our favourite things to do! We always strive to sound as good live as we do on recordings. We like to see people groovin’ along and getting into the songs and we absolutely love interacting with everyone afterwards. We wouldn’t have it any other way!

Your show at The House is this weekend, what can punters expect?

Think head banging, toe tapping, Jam making some horrible dad jokes, shedding a tear under a disco ball kinda vibes.

What’s next for GRXCE?

We will be hitting up the entire East Coast for our tour after this show but we also have so much fresh material that we cannot wait to release. 2023 has so much in store, we’d like to say it’s the year of GRXCE haha.

Make sure to grab tix to their show this Friday night here!