"The influence of Stevie Nicks won’t be lost on Grace Joyner’s listeners,
but unlike many others, Joyner’s debut album, Maybe Sometimes In C,
actually lives up to the comparison."
—The Culture Trip
Charleston, SC’s Grace Joyner appeared on the indie music scene in 2014 with her “Young Fools” EP, gaining her local acclaim through its unique delivery in the Dream Pop genre. Shortly after in 2016, she released her debut LP “Maybe Sometimes in C”. Joyner’s haunting, but powerful sound quickly garnered increasing attention from fans and critics alike, and “Maybe Sometimes in C” was named South Carolina’s number one release for 2016 by multiple outlets both within and outside the state.
The project has since become a 4 piece band, touring across the Southeast and beyond, with 2018 festival appearances at Savannah Stopover and SXSW. Their hit single “Dreams” appeared on the CW’s “Riverdale” teen drama, and they continue to reach new audiences through their success on multiple streaming platforms.
Where “Young Fools” served as Joyner’s introduction to songwriting, and a chance to explore her musical muse while treading her own artistic path, her debut LP, “Maybe Sometimes in C” revealed what she has found along the way. Joyner weaves a beautiful and delicate balance between reflecting on the trials of young love and showing a remarkable commitment to self-development.
Teaming up again with producer and engineer, Wolfgang Zimmerman (Band of Horses, SUSTO), Grace Joyner looks to further her compelling musical journey with a sophomore album that promises to echo themes true to her work while expanding both in music & story.