Indie Folk Duo The Native Sibling Reveal New Single “Growth”

The Native Sibling have a new single out called Growth that is available now on Spotify. The song reminds me of a seed that is planted in the ground. Each day, with sun and water, the seed will sprout a stem from the ground. Slowly but surely, something is growing from the seed that was planted earlier. You don’t know what will be showcased from the seed but you enjoy the time you spend with that seed that is now a growing to a specific plant. Growth by The Native Sibling gives you the opportunity to watch the growth from someone special or a special seed that will take your breath away.

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The duo shares of the track:
“Kaylee initially brought this idea to the table, which evolved in the process between her and Ryan to be a bit more uptempo and playful. Listening to a lot of Feist and springtime bursting were the first influences. The cheap wind chimes on my porch came to life in the imagery of them dancing with the wind in a beautiful and untethered dance (Kaylee). We wanted a song that brought light and noticed the small beautiful – which is something that we hope will resonate with people more than ever in our current world. The driving force of the change in seasons is always a reminder of renewal and the small bits of growth each day that accumulate into something beautiful. However, sometimes this growth can seem daunting or unnoticed in the daily. Perhaps the changes are happening whether we feel ready or not. Maybe its more of an unraveling without clear direction? There is faith required from us to believe that the changes which are out of our hands have a purpose to shape us into who we are intended to be.”
The Native Sibling is characterized by the strength in both Ryan and Kaylee’s voices. They support one another and lend sensitivity in a way that embodies their sibling connection. Their melodies and lyrics meet at the intersection of hope and sorrow – describing relationships, faith, doubts, and circumstances that we all can relate to.