With a bold unlocking of freedom and femininity, Manu Grace has become a purveyor of “sensitive pop” — unguarded and groovy, appealing to both heart and feet alike. She just shared “Over the Stove,” the sensual and gorgeous new song from the South African songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, taken from her upcoming sophomore EP, No Room for Error (out October 16 via Platoon). In the song, she declares “I don’t wanna be holding onto a stale set of morals… I wanna make love.” Manu also notes of the visual for the song, “I’m a huge fan of Anico Mostert’s work. The visual for ‘Over the Stove’ is an adaptation of her video collage, ‘Morning routine at house in the clouds’, incorporating a video of me and my sweet hounds ascending our mountain.” Hear “Over the Stove” here: https://youtu.be/7pOrOfp5xK4.
The new track follows the EP’s lead single “Two Weeks” which premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show as a “World First” record, and has been featured by NPR Music on their “New Music Friday” podcast. The song is the musical manifestation of an unanticipated romance and was shared with an intimate, DIY visual from Manu, filmed while in shutdown with her family in South Africa. Watch the video for “Two Weeks” here: https://youtu.be/GwKrXMxFgdM.