Grace Petrie’s unique take on life, love and politics, and the warmth and wit with which they are delivered, have won over an army of loyal fans across the alternative, folk, political and comedy scenes. She has toured with Emmy the Great and Billy Bragg, supported comedians Robin Ince and Josie Long, and collaborated with some of the most respected names in folk including Leon Rosselson, Roy Bailey and Peggy Seeger. She is also a frequent guest on BBC Radio 4’s the Now Show, has appeared on Channel 4’s Random Acts and has performed in Glastonbury’s Festival’s Leftfield several times.
Her self-released album ‘Heart First Aid Kit’ received a top 10 album of 2017 placing from Mojo magazine.
‘At UCL Petrie has won the crowd over. She concludes with They Shall Not Pass, a song that was written to mark the anniversary of the Spanish civil war but which has become an all-purpose idealist's anthem. She invites the students to join in the refrain: "It's late in the day but we might save tomorrow if we try." By the end of the song the whole bar is roaring, "Save tomorrow!"’ - The Guardian
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