GRICE is a British art-rock artist who has built his reputation with his consummate debut album Propeller which was shortlisted in the UK album of the year category at the MPG Awards in 2013. His drive towards dramatic and emotive songcraft and passion for manipulating both analogue and digital sounds create a challenging cocktail of post-pop songs interlaced with modernistic art-rock electronica vibes skillfully underpinned by passionate vocals creating a unique musique concrete.
The release of his second album Alexandrine has rewarded him with critical acclaim in left field and progressive art rock circles, plus the opportunity to collaborate on his own terms with instrumental and production luminaries such as BJ Cole, Steve Bingham (No-Man), Raphael Ravenscroft (Baker Street, Pink Floyd), Hossam Ramzy (Led Zeppelin, Peter Gabriel), Richard Barbieri (Japan, Porcupine Tree) and Steve Jansen (Japan). His albums have received highly positive reviews from UK & European press including The Musician, PROG magazine, Eclipsed Rock Magazin and iOPages and have had airplay on BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Introducing and worldwide.
The Grey of Granite Stone (2017)
All Angels (2018)
Highly Strung (Richard Barbieri Remix)
One Thousand Birds (2019)
The Absent Forest trilogy, Vol 1, Vol 2, Vol 3 (2020)
Propeller Inner Workings (2020)
one thousand birds symphony (2021)
'GRICE makes music of exquisite beauty - gorgeously epic' Tom Robinson Saturday Night Show, BBC Radio 6 Music
'a fascinating exploration of combining natural music with composition. This is stunningly clever - a genius work' The Progressive Aspect
'colours and softness, this album still understands that pop music can be a vast edifice of warm, beautiful shapes. GRICE is a distinctive, ambitious vocalist.' PROG magazine
'Alexandrine is an Art Rock gem - there is much that is filmic and Zen here. When personality is required, Grice's voice has it. Grice sounds like Grace' PROG magazine
'...a genuinely extraordinary slice of experimental rock.' Classic Rock presents PROG
'Grice's Propeller album is a poignant debut of remarkable quality' The Musician (Musicians Union Journal)
'Art-Rock tunes that breathe introspection'
The Progressive Rock Files