GRACENOTE Says "It's Okay To Not Be Okay" In New Song

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Posted at October 26, 2020

No one is spared from the wrath of this pandemic. One way or another, may it be isolation, fear, anxiety, financial instability, and grief – we are all going through pain. This is what Gracenote wants us to know through their newest single “It's Okay To Not Be Okay.”


Listen.. it’s okay 🦋🦋 Sending virtual hugs to everyone !!!!

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Be true to your emotions. Don’t hide them, don’t hide behind them. This will help you heal. We are all in this together. The band hopes that through their music, their fans will be comforted. Eunice says, "It’s a reminder to stop pretending that you’re okay and it’s normal to have struggles sometimes and admit that you need a hug."

EJ adds, "Let tears fall if you have to. Pag na-release mo na emotions mo, mas magiging ready ka harapin ang buhay. Acknowledging your weakness will make you even stronger."


Good morning! It’s okay to not be okay. Hope this track brings you comfort 🦋 (LINK IN BIO)

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With its upbeat vibe and encouraging lyrics, the song written in collaboration with BBS aims to lighten the mood of the listeners. It is also the second song of Gracenote after “Baso at Bote” where bassist Jazz Jorge does main vocals.

Jazz says, "The thought of me representing the band again as the main vocals, scares me to the bone. But the song makes me feel brave. The words 'kaya mo yan' 'wag sumuko' may sound cliche, but we all need to hear those words from time to time and this song does that."

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