Los Angeles residents took to Twitter on Thursday to find out who was behind the “Good Riddance” message they saw written in the sky. The skywriting was seen in various cities including Santa Monica, Downtown Los Angeles and Pasadena.

While many took to social media to share their theories behind the message, all signs seem to point to Gracie Abrams’ debut album “Good Riddance.” The album, which was released Feb. 24, is approaching its one week anniversary.

Abrams took to her Instagram to share a photo of the sky written message. In addition, fans have been tagging the artist in photos and videos of the skywriting on social media.

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This is not the first time the Interscope Records artist has done a promotional event for her album in her hometown of LA.

Last weekend she teamed up with Spotify to have an exclusive photo booth stationed at the Grove.

In addition, the Los Angeles based artist performed an exclusive set at Amoeba Records in Hollywood on Feb. 28.


sorry my cameras horrid.. what’s ur fav song on good riddance?? #gracieabrams #fyp #amoeba #fy #recordstore #losangeles #goodriddance @vinyls13

♬ I should hate you – Gracie Abrams

Abrams will be an opening act for select dates of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour. She will also be headlining her own tour this spring with her Los Angeles show happening on March 29 at the Fonda Theatre.


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