Gracie Nash New Music Video for Sippy Cup is out now!

I have to say I’m digging this song hard! Gracie Nash has this new song called Sippy Cup which reminds you of those sitcoms from the 70’s. Those sitcoms provided so much entertainment with their luminous sound and characters, that you have that ingrained in your memory. With Sippy Cup, you feel a blast from the past with this song that you feel like your reliving a memory. I enjoyed this classic song by Gracie Nash with her amazing voice that brings me a smile throughout the song. I enjoy the music as it feels like someone is about to come right into your home and use a fancy tag line with a joke. No joke here as Gracie Nash showcases an amazing song that makes you feel warm and comforted.

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Gracie shares:
I wrote “Sippy Cup” about 3 years ago when I was in the midst of the NYC dating scene.  I had met a few nice guys, however the same issue kept creeping up: transparency. If you know me, you know that I’m the epitome of an open book. I treasure honesty & transparency so much in all my relationships…and yet I found myself swept up in these unfulfilling flings with mysterious & aloof men. One of the most notable romances was with a smooth-talking banjo player who constantly kept me on my toes. Inevitably, the affair fizzled out. At first I wondered what was wrong with me, why didn’t he want to open up to me? But upon reflection…I realized it wasn’t me at all. I was catching up with my cousin & he asked me what had ever happened with the banjo player. Without skipping a beat I said “You know, it was like, I was a glass of water…and he was just a sippy cup.” And as the words came out of my mouth I knew that line had to go into a song. I imagine most people have dated a Sippy Cup at some point or another. While we’re trying to start clear & healthy relationships (a la a glass of water) we end up paired with a small & opaque person (a la a sippy cup). It happens to the best of us! I hope that my song “Sippy Cup” helps those who are looking for love have a good laugh at the ones who got away. PS. Just in case said banjo player is reading this…it’s water under the bridge and I truly wish him the best! If anything I’m grateful for the song inspiration.”