Blackburn musician Grace Davies has a Music Video of the hit song that took four years to release.
The ‘roots’ EP was released last Friday (October 8th) and since then it has climbed the UK music charts and been played on the national radio station.
Now, Langho-born Grace has released the music video to accompany the song — and fans love it.
At the time of writing, the YouTube video has garnered more than 26,000 views and it focuses on Grace as the space around her slowly begins to shrink.
It’s filled with some impressive and aesthetic shots, including one by Grace singing in front of a stack of books and another by Grace dancing outside, surrounded by sparklers.
Grace Davies on ‘roots’ Music Video (Photo: YouTube / Grace Davies)
Hundreds of people went to the comments section to talk about the music video and express their love for it.
One person wrote: “This song … if it brings no tears or two, then something is wrong with you.
“Best of all, from the lyrics to your singing … absolutely stunning. It just makes me want more and more.”
Another talked about her X Factor journey, writing, “Grace, you cry when you thought you did not enter Sharon’s house, then your shock when you still raise it, no matter how many times I watch it.
“As she told you back then – ‘You have too much talent’.
Congratulations on sharing your beautiful song and skills with the rest of the world.
“It was a long wait four years but it’s just the beginning.”
Earlier this week, the former St Leonard’s CE primary school student also appeared on the Graham Liver show for Radio Lancashire, where she talked about the success of ‘Roots’ and also a bit about her X Factor journey.
Davies, who was in the 2017 series of The X Factor, was the first “roots” in her audition.
It’s️ “It’s really creepy but also so amazing to have possession of my songs and amazing things to happen to them”