As Gracie Abrams wraps her North American tour, the singer on Saturday played one of the last dates of her current run in Vancouver. (The tour ends Tuesday night in Berkeley.)
It was a breathtaking show at the Vogue Theatre, where Abrams was joined by Tiny Habits, who has been opening for all dates of the tour, including this one. Abrams has been touring in support of her impressive debut album Good Riddance, which was released back in February and was produced by Aaron Dessner of The National.
“Making this album was the most cathartic experience I’ve ever had as a songwriter, and I’m so excited to share it with the world,” said Abrams when she released the album. “I wrote it while I was going through some of the biggest transitions of my life so far, and the songs came from trying to look at myself very honestly and hold myself accountable. Aaron supported me through all that, while also challenging me in all the ways I’d ever dreamed a creative partner would. He’s been a hero of mine for years, and as our instincts combined it ended up creating a sound that we both really fell in love with.”
See photos from the Vancouver show below, by Heather Fabia.