Southernayers release new song called "Slumber"
Take a moment to listen to a new song from Southernayers called “Slumber” on Artist Sounds.Slumber is the latest release from Southernayers a Texas based indie Electronic duo. It blends an 80s aesthetic with a modern electronic melancholy. Mick Southerland, the primary songwriter, honed his craft during his more than 20 years on the Austin music scene. In that time he picked up several instruments and shared stages with great local indie acts like Spoon and Ghostland Observatory. One of his early assignments as a mercenary in the indie rock scene was to play bass for Roky Erickson at the Raul's (an iconic Austin punk club) 10-year reunion. Kaylee Grew up in Maine and has been on her own since the age of 16. In every note she sings, you can hear the tough years. She moved to Marlin, TX in her early 20s to live with her grandmother, "Nana." Kaylee owns the Bucksnort Saloon where the duo was formed. This won’t be the last you hear of Southernayers — and so far this song is already on pace to top our charts for Alternative Rock! Stay tuned for what’s next for Southernayers right here on Artist Sounds.