Lauren Anderson and Saylor Brasseaux Team Up For Incredible Anthem “Go Find Less” (feat. Kathryn Rose Wood)

Lauren Anderson and Saylor Brasseaux team up for the anthem “Go Find Less” (feat. Kathryn Rose Wood).

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The track is more than just a song; it’s a declaration of independence, urging listeners to embrace their authenticity unapologetically. Anderson and Brasseaux’s vocals soar over a backdrop of dynamic instrumentation, delivering a message of strength and resilience that inspires listeners to stand tall in the face of adversity.

In a world where women are often told to shrink themselves to fit societal norms, “Go Find Less” stands as a powerful beacon of defiance, reminding us all to embrace our full potential and never apologize for being who we are. With its anthemic chorus and electrifying energy, this project will not just make a mark, it will leave an indelible imprint on the musical landscape, inspiring generations of women to find their voice and own their power.

ABOUT LAUREN ANDERSON: Since moving to Nashville, Lauren Anderson has continued to tour and release new music. Her album Love on the Rocks, released in the summer of 2021, debuted at #14 on the Billboard Blues Chart, #4 on Roots Music Report, and #21 on the NACC Blues Charts. Anderson has opened for phenomenal talents such as Beth Hart, Ana Popovic, and Mike Zito. Follow Anderson here.

ABOUT SAYLOR BRASSEAUX: Saylor Brasseaux, originally from Lafayette, Louisiana, has been passionately engaged in writing, singing, and performing since she was just eight years old. Over the years, she has drawn profound inspiration from an eclectic range of artists, including Caitlyn Smith, Kacey Musgraves, Allen Stone, and John Mayer, each influencing her unique musical style. With aspirations of becoming a renowned songwriter, Brasseaux relocated to Nashville, the heartland of country music and songwriting. Since her move, she has immersed herself in the vibrant music scene, crafting numerous songs and captivating audiences with her performances throughout the city and its surrounding areas. Brasseaux’s music poignantly explores themes of love, heartbreak, self-confidence, and the universal human experience. Follow Brasseaux here.

Tell us what inspired you to form this collaboration for “Go Find Less.”

The three of us got together for a co-write and began talking about the overwhelming pressures of society that are placed on women. How sometimes it feels like you can’t please everyone or even anyone! We began with that conversation and suddenly we had a song!

It looks like the two of you had a blast filming your music video together. How was the process of filming and who directed your music video?

We did have a lot of fun! We filmed the studio shots on one day with a local photographer with Nash Bash Collective. Then we grabbed a few more shots together in the lot of an abandoned church and then mixed them all together. We self-produced the whole thing and Lauren mixed the video.

Your favorite line in the song?

Lauren’s favorite line is “They say Ken runs the show, supported by Barbie. Have you seen her heels though, too tall to be a shorty.”

Saylor’s is between, “I hear I can have it all, sounds unhealthy,” and “dizzy with all my jobs, so don’t come at me.”

Any upcoming projects where you will collaborate again?

We love writing/collaborating together and plan on writing many more songs together!

What is up next for the both of you?

Both of us are continuing to write all the time and have several more singles coming out this year! 

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