Our new song “You Would” is out today! Sometimes it’s the songs that take the longest to write that end up being your favorite. Also our favorite album cover to date by Kevin Tudball. Listen here: https://open.spotify.com/album/6QpVyGKJEmEwNtfNkvJBd6?si=HTRb8Jt7TO20wapjTm1Mfw Big thank you Daniel Mendez, Bill Delia, Michael Tarabay, and Ed Brooks for bringing this song to life.
We are going to send off the year by releasing a new song this Friday! It’s called “You Would” and is one of our favorite songs to sing. Originally one of Kaylee’s creations, it started to take shape while we were in Austin making our record. We sat at the piano for hours, going back and forth, trying all sorts of ideas. Eventually we landed on a piece of music that feels like the perfect accompaniment to the mood of the lyrics. Hope you enjoy it! Photo by Ben Blood Photography
Thank you for hanging with us for another year! We were busy working behind the scenes this year and appreciate you for being patient with us. It always takes longer than we anticipate to get things right. 2019 is gonna be the year we release a ton of new songs. Looking forward to filling your ears with new tunes. We still have one more surprise for 2018 that we’ll announce Monday! Cheers!
Thank you for the mention No Depression! http://nodepression.com/article/native-sibling-reveal-folk-laced-cover-cranberries
Our cover of "Dreams" by The Cranberries is out today! We first played this song in memory of Dolores at a show earlier this year and it’s been with us ever since. They have been a huge influence on our vocal blend and harmonies over the years. Listen here https://open.spotify.com/album/6yXw2DIt7skmDSF7JJ2VRT?si=Ty7zM7WRTHKm-BoL8qPlsw
Thank you to Ones To Watch for premiering the music video for the new song and for the kind write up! Now you can go WATCH and listen if you haven't already! http://www.onestowatch.com/blog/premiere-the-native-sibling-return-with-moody
Our new single is out today!! Go take a listen on any major music platform! This song is based on an interaction in Seattle’s oldest neighborhood, Pioneer Square. It’s a call for compassion while living in a urban area with people on every step of life. The lyrics play out as an inner dialogue, remembering we are all brothers and sisters in this together. Big thank you to Daniel Mendez at Head Above Water for engineering and production, Bill Delia of Grizfolk for drums and percussion, Michael Tarabay on bass, Resonant Mastering, Kevin Tudball for the beautiful artwork, and Dwight of The Wind and The Wave for having us at your studio in Austin, TX.
Very excited to announce we will be joining our longtime friends The Family Crest at the Tractor Tavern on May 11th! Come see us open for one of our favorite bands. Also performing is Goodnight, Texas so get your ticket here. https://www.ticketweb.com/event/the-family-crest-w-goodnight-tractor-tickets/8222315?REFERRAL_ID=tmfeed&crosssite=TM_US:1514273:
This Friday! Totally unplugged show in the Fremont Abbey Arts Center beautiful space. Some tickets still left. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beasley-the-native-sibling-drew-martin-honey-mustard-all-unplugged-tickets-41227843590
SEATTLE: Very excited for this house show in a little over a week hosted by THE EARLY ECHO. Only a few tickets left. Grab em while they're hot: https://m.bpt.me/event/3173015