Southerly covers Low's "When I Go Deaf"

Portland, OR’s esteemed dark indie rock band  Southerly shares the first track from their upcoming covers series. The covers series pays homage to some of the band’s friends and favorites including The National, Low, Big Star, Elliott Smith and Jeff Hanson. Hear and share Southerly’s glorious take on Low’s “When I Go Deaf” here.

Southerly is the musical brainchild of songwriter and SELF Group label founder Krist Krueger. Southerly’s 2007 Greyday Records debut Storyteller and the Gossip Columnist was met with national critical acclaim, followed by Champion Of The Noisy Negativists EP (2010) and the epic album Youth (2011). Krueger is also known for his sonic experimentations in Yardsss and Sndtrkr.
SELF Group has begun a major relaunching this year, with new releases from Mothertapes and Yardsss, and forthcoming releases from C^VES and a long-awaited full length from Southerly in early 2016.