Rag’n’Bone Man’s ‘Grace‘ is perfect for this Grey’s Anatomy episode
Rag’n’Bone Man’s ‘Grace‘ was featured on the hit ABC series Grey’s Anatomy this week — Season 13, Episode 20, “In The Air Tonight“.
It was played as the plane lands safely in Sioux Falls, as the medical teams arrive to help the wounded, and as Nathan and Meredith say their goodbyes to their potential romantic interests.
And this episode of ‘Grey’s Anatomy‘ was one of the stand-out episodes of the season as, because they were forced together and in a crisis situation, Nathan and Meredith had to communicate whether they liked it or not.
The episode was also beautifully directed by Chandra Wilson, who plays the character of Bailey on the long-running drama series.
Rag’n’Bone Man’s ‘Grace‘ was a perfect fit for the scenes it was used in too, as it describes that feeling of relief you feel after a near-crisis so well. As if ‘grace’ really has been visited upon you.
‘Grace‘ is from Rag’n’Bone Man’s incredibly successful debut album Human. It is a simple song, but makes so much more of an impact due to his strong, passionate and powerful voice.
Listen to the song in the official audio video below.
And, as Grey’s Anatomy always has superb music featured in every episode, don’t miss these songs:
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