Here’s an interesting press release about an up and coming new musical artist: GRAYSON, a non-binary artist who uses “they” pronouns and grew up in the Mormon Church. They’re releasing a new song and lyric video for “Brother”.
Non-binary American singer-songwriter Grayson has released their brand new song “Brother,” a building anthem about needing to break free from both internal and external pressures. Of the track, Grayson says, “‘Brother’ is about the sometimes chaotic relationship with yourself, and everyone else. I have inhabited so many projects and versions of myself through the years that this feels like a long time coming but such a short time in comparison. I can’t wait for it to be heard and in the world. This song really was the start of me.”Watch the lyric video for “Brother”Buy/Stream “Brother“Brother,” which is written by Grayson, is their debut release with One Half Records, a Los Angeles-based label where “one half” is LGBTQ. Grayson is currently working with producer Aidan James to finish their debut EP.Grayson adds, “This release feels different than anything I’ve ever done before. It was an overly genuine process that happened surprisingly sudden. It was simple to come to, and I think the producer and I both knew the weight of that.”Grayson, who grew up in the Mormon Church, has been singing in front of audiences since they were three years old. At seventeen, they relocated to Seattle where they co-founded the indie synth-pop band Neu Yeuth. A fashion chameleon who changes their look on a weekly basis, they are a social media darling, in-demand model, make-up artist, and fashion stylist. When not collaborating with sought after creatives on various projects they are recording their forthcoming EP. Grayson currently resides in Los Angeles where they enjoy hikes in Elysian Park while trying to perfect their lifelong dream of whistling through their teeth.Connect with Grayson