10 questions with cosmic pop singer Grace Lightman

One part ABBA, two parts Twin Peaks, rising London-based artist Grace Lightman is one to watch this year.

Currently working on her debut album set for release in the coming months, Lightman’s catchy new single ‘Zero Impact’ (out now on Handsome Dad Records) is an infectious pop fuelled slice of electronica, entrenched in gritty synths.

“Zero Impact is about trying to exist in the world without disturbing those around you, almost like an apparition,” Grace explains. “Treading on eggshells while essentially trying to fit seamlessly into humanity. Just thought I would present that musically in a more attention seeking way.” Get to know the rising star bringing cosmic realness to your playlist…

Describe your music in 3 words…

Cosmic Existential Realness.

Who’s your greatest influence?

My creative partner Pat. He taught me almost everything I know.

Who’s the last person you called?


What did you talk about?

We probably insulted each other for 20 mins out of pure appreciation before discussing plans to write some music in the middle of nowhere sometime soon.


One item of clothing you couldn’t live without?

My High-Vis Sock Boots.

One album you couldn’t live without?

Carpenters Gold. Another huge influence on me from a young age.

What’s your favourite way to spend £10?

A Supermarket Sweep.

How about £100?

A less frugal Supermarket Sweep.

Did you like school?

School was school, it was fun enough but I wouldn’t want to relearn where all the classrooms were again.

Time or money?

Time, every time.

Hit follow on Instagram @gracelightman. Listen to ‘ZERO IMPACT’ here.

11 April 2019