Non-binary American singer-songwriter Grayson has released their debut EP Head To Head, produced by Aidan, which is out now via One Half Records. You can find the album at all retail and digital outlets including Apple Music and Amazon Music.
Of the EP, Grayson says, “For the first time I’m able to be openly myself with this release. I’m extremely lucky and thankful for my team, especially the genius producer of the record, Aidan.”
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To celebrate, Grayson has also released the music video for “Cherry Pits.” Of the “Cherry Pits” video, Grayson adds, “Finding my identity as an artist and a human has been a challenging and ongoing process. The video is a light hearted and a playful riff off of that – but I also think there’s importance behind the variety of emotions shown, and at times the intensity.”
Grayson is a non-binary American singer/songwriter who grew up in the Mormon Church. They have 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 NeuYouth.
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 music. 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.