Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


band members

Olivia Gavranich


Influences

Clairo, Frank Ocean, Julia Jacklin, Caroline Polacheck, Sharon Van Etten, Big Thief, Daniel Caeser, Sylvan Esso, Elijah Who


Website

instagram.com/stsouthmusic/

Bio

As a songwriter, singer, and producer, St. South has worked tirelessly on the skills required to make the kind of nuanced and soulful electro she’s known for. But her sound is not just a study in technical self-reliance; it is an intimate portrait of an artist who lives life on her own terms.

Her latest single, “Does Your Brain Ever Get This Loud,” is sprinkled with chillwave fuzz and a warm layered sample of St. South’s voice. Softly pulsing forth, she recounts the crisis that hits in your mid 20s. “I’m often riddled with self-doubt. But this song is the process of accepting that, while learning that it’s completely ok to feel lost and purposeless.”

St. South is the moniker for Fremantle-based singer-songwriter-producer-multi-instrumentalist Olivia Gavranich. She self-released her debut EP Nervous Energy in 2016, which garnered millions of streams, as well as TV placements with The Vampire Diaries and The Fosters. She followed that up with 2017’s Inure, and is now preparing to release her debut full length album later this year.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

13 Mar 2020

Triple J
45

it's blissful and romantic and whoever this is about should consider themselves lucky. i've got instant love for this but feel like it's only going to get better on repeat listens.

it's blissful and romantic and whoever this is about should consider themselves lucky. i've got instant love for this but feel like it's only going to get better on repeat listens.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

13 Mar 2020

Triple J
45

You had me at new St. South! Then you've gone and added a guest spot from N.Y.C.K's Nick. Talk about a dream team.

You had me at new St. South! Then you've gone and added a guest spot from N.Y.C.K's Nick. Talk about a dream team.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

06 Mar 2020

Triple J
45

In 2017 Nick from N.Y.C.K and St South teamed up for one song under the mantle of Cool Party and I've spent the last three years waiting for your second track. We're not calling it Cool Party but it's hitting the spot. What a beautiful meeting of voices and writers.

In 2017 Nick from N.Y.C.K and St South teamed up for one song under the mantle of Cool Party and I've spent the last three years waiting for your second track. We're not calling it Cool Party but it's hitting the spot. What a beautiful meeting of voices and writers.