Gracie Gray’s Morphine would fit in seamlessly with Because I Was in Love era Sharon Van Etten. Or maybe just after, think Heart in the Ground.
There is a similar concordant maneuvering between the octaves and in moving from strength to strength as they transition through the various melodic passages.
The track effortlessly stretches the liminal space between confessional singer-songwriter and the quasi-choral, maintaining the organ/synth accompaniment that well suits either.
Also, my parents have a cat named Gracie Gray and she sometimes plays the piano. A fortuitous coincidence.