Mick Southerland Release ‘Sorrow Upon You Now’ Single
Indie Pop In The Vein of The Flaming Lips, U2, Joy Division, and David Bowie.
Mick Southerland of Austin, Texas, plays a blend of pop and indie electronic with unique inspiration from greats the likes of The Flaming Lips, U2, Joy Division, and David Bowie.
An uncovered gem, Mick had already amassed over 2.5 million streams on SoundCloud before ever releasing an official record. Signed to the notorious Criminal Records label, his blend of melancholy lyrics and lush, old-school pop melodies are reminiscent of the classic 80’s with a mix of 20’s indie pop.
“Ghost in this House is one of the best debut albums that I’ve heard.”
“Instantly captivating and entirely impressive, ‘Slumber’ has hidden frailty that makes it mesmerizing, largely due to Mick’s vocals and the presence that they bring…
Echoing with shades of early U2, Arcade Fire, and the textured emotive qualities of Death Cab For Cutie, ‘Slumber’ is a cultivated mix of wonderfully melancholic tones that expand and spread to become a lavish soundscape.” BrokenRecords 9/10
Sorrow Upon You Now
Once in a while Your slightings are cold and true a curse from anointing you You’ll see what I have seen Once in a while A fever it comes to me And even a sane lover Will leave you Take this upon you now the seeds are sown the sparrow has flown I’ll never own you now The tide has changed for the wretch and the stained Sorrow upon you now Sorrow upon you now Once in a while the knife is so sure and true A crimson wash over You see what i can do Once beguiled You need a soul to bleed even a sane lover Will feed on you
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