Grace Vonderkuhn shares new track “Worry” ahead of new LP

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Grace Vonderkuhn | photo courtesy of the artist
Grace Vonderkuhn | photo courtesy of the artist

Wilmington, Delaware’s Grace Vonderkuhn transcends genre. The musician is inspired by everything from garage and psych rock to dreampop, and does it (mostly) by herself — drummer Dave Mcgrory and bassist Brian Bartling collab with her onstage and instudio to capture on record the wildly energetic essence of her favorite genres with pointed determination.

Vonderkuhn has been releasing a steady stream of songs for the past few years, and now we have a new track to soak in — “Worry” is the first single from Vonderkuhn’s forthcoming LP, due out February 23. It’ll be the artist’s first full-length, but you can find her previous releases on Bandcamp.

“Worry” is somehow all over the place, yet precise at the same time; as Vonderkuhn told it to Gold Flake Paint, it’s an “anthem for over-thinkers.” The artist’s voice is steady over jagged guitars, maintaining controlled chaos as she repeats “It’s not that serious, it’s all in your head / You don’t have to worry about it ever again.” Listen below.

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