By the time Los Angeles-based artist Grayson premiered their first solo single, “Brother,” that they had already lived a number of lives as a mannequin, a stylist, and an indie pop bandleader.
Today (Nov. 5), the non-binary singer-songwriter unveiled the attractive, lonesome music video for “Brother."
“‘Brother' is in regards to the generally chaotic relationship with your self, and everybody else,” they advised Billboard. “I’ve inhabited so many initiatives and variations of myself by means of the years that this appears like a very long time coming however such a short while in comparability. I can’t look ahead to it to be heard and on the planet. This track actually was the beginning of me."
Grayson's voice layers one-by-one on "Brother," constructing and blossoming into one thing transcendent as they meld right into a singular concord. “Do you suppose you’ll come to forgive me?” they sing, maybe to themselves, maybe to everybody else.
Grayson stands alone on rocky cliffs within the black-and-white visible directed by Alix Spence and Cameron Dutra, waves cresting gently atop each other and seagulls fly within the distance.
Watch the video for “Brother” under: