Grace Carter teams up with Max McElligott for new collaboration

13 Jun

British singer/songwriter Grace Carter has teamed up with Max McElligott for a new collaboration.

McElligott previously wrote songs for Kylie Minogue & Giorgio Moroder (“Your Body”), Rudimental & Ed Sheeran (“Lay it All on Me”), Tom Chaplin (“Bring the Rain”) and Alex Maxwell (“Letting You Know”).

His resume boasts additional works with fellow musicians including Tre Jean-Marie, Andrea Martin, Diztortion, Negin Djafari, Jonny Harris, Caroline Ailin, Electric, Talay Riley, Chelcee Grimes, James Newman, Cara Salimando, MNEK, Rachel Furner, Jimmy Harry, Alex Stacey, Iain James, Philip Plested, BullySongs, Freddy Wexler, Bastian Langebaek, Chris Loco, and Mac & Phil.

Meanwhile, Carter is expected to release her debut project – featuring lead promotional single “Silence” – later this year.

Signed to Tim Blacksmith and Danny D’s Stellar Songs Publishing, Carter has collaborated with songwriters and producers including Fred Cox (“Heal Me”), Jordan Riley (“Liar”), Digital Farm Animals (“Running Fast”), Philip Plested (“Honest”), Francis “Eg” White (“Take it All”), Paddy Byrne (“Clear Skies”), Ilsey Juber (“All Over Me”) and Harry James (“Walk on Water”).

Fans of McElligott’s songwriting works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next projects by Mullally, Joy Crookes, Kygo, Ella Henderson, Mo Adeniran, Taali M, John Newman, Foxes, Saz Close, Craig David, Kiah Victoria, Zak Abel, Liv Dawson, Calum Scott, Rita Ora, Jonas Blue, Chloe Leone, Shift K3Y, Jessie Ware, Birdy, and Sigma.

Stream the audio clip for “Silence” below.

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