GRICE is a London-born musician, emotive singer and prolific songwriter who has built himself a reputation in left-field circles since the 2012
release of his consummate artrock debut album Propeller, which was shortlisted by the MPG Awards in the UK Album of the Year category.
His talent for songwriting and passion for producing and manipulating both analogue and digital sounds produce a challenging cocktail of post-pop songs interlaced with modernistic artrock electronica vibes and electro-acoustic glitch, skilfully underpinned by his passionate singing and ethereal-romantic lyrics.
Grice's second album Alexandrine (2015), features Richard Barbieri (Japan, Porcupine Tree),
Steve Jansen (Japan), BJ Cole and Hossam Ramzy (Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin).
Both albums have been featured on the PROG magazine CD covermounts and have received highly positive reviews
(The Musician, PROG, iOPages) and airplay in the UK (BBC 6 Music) and worldwide.
GRICE performs as a solo artist and with guesting musicians. In 2017 he will be embarking on a series of live shows in the UK and Germany.
He is currently working on his two forthcoming releases: Refractions (2016) and The Leaf (2017).