Electro-pop artist Grace Lightman has released new single ‘Zero Impact’. Describing her music as one part ABBA and two parts Twin Peaks, listening to her latest cut proves her words to be true as charging, propulsive synth and angelic vocal notes come face to face with shuffling, dark beats and moody production. ‘Zero Impact’ evokes thoughts of Bat For Lashes and Goldfrapp with its sense of theatrics and infectious sad-dance qualities.

Speaking about the single, Grace notes: “'Zero Impact' is about trying to exist in the world without disturbing those around you, almost like an apparition. Treading on eggshells while essentially trying to fit seamlessly into humanity. Just thought I would present that musically in a more attention-seeking way.

Created in collaboration with Patrick J Pearson and Ben Baptie, ‘Zero Impact’ clocks in just under three minutes but is a short, sweet introduction to this exciting new pop artist.

Listen to 'Zero Impact' above and keep up with Lightman on Facebook and Instagram.