About Haley Graves
Black, Queer, Afro Dominican, Pop Punk Artist Haley Graves continues to climb her way up in the music industry. Opening for hundreds of bands and many major Pop Punk bands including, Tiny Moving Parts, Belmont and Capstan as well as being on the same festivals as famous rock musicians, Kimya Dawson, to Pop Icon Charlie XCX, the 22 year old Pop Punk Artist continues to make a splash every where she goes while continuing to take the music industry by storm. From performing on smaller stages like Chop Suey, to closing out shows on larger stages and festivals like Seattle Center’s Mural Stage during PrideFest, Haley’s been working non stop to make her dreams a reality. Artists like Demi Lovato, All Time Low, Mayday Parade and New Found Glory all continue to inspire her to be the Pop Punk Artist she is today. Haley’s been featured in many press outlets including, The Seattle Times, American Songwriter, The Lynnwood Times, The Olympian and many more.
If Graves’ debut was about chasing the girls, Over, she says, is more about being chased—which nicely encapsulates where she is in her personal development and career.Alexa Peters ~ Audio Femme
Palpable confidence leads to experimentation on her new release, Over, which features stretches of spoken word and more vulnerable autobiographical confessions and was co-written and produced by Grammy-nominated producer-composer Phill Peterson.Alexa Peters ~ Audio Femme
Pacific Northwest (via Maine) pop-punk artist Haley Graves released her latest single, “Over.” The rising rocker rides the emotions and riffs of the early aughts to carve out a name for herself in the upper left region—and beyond. Check out the new song below.americansongwriter.com