Kaylee Elizabeth is known as one half of Seattle's The Native Siblings, but is striking out with a new solo project under her own name. Her debut single, "Passing Through," starts off as a modern take on traditional Irish folk. (She spent time in Ireland studying traditional Irish singing.) Slowly the song starts to morph into more of a contemporary song, with feet planted firmly in the sounds of indie rock, folk, and indie pop. Kaylee Elizabeth says of the song: "'Passing Through' was inspired by looking out a car window on a long drive—the glimpses of the physical structures that are being built, lived in, or are slowly falling down, and wondering who the people are that have come and gone in those places. It is realizing that our time here is a breath, but that there are many things which can be passed down from generation to generation that are beautiful. This video was filmed in Washington with my dear friend Celia at her farm. Having lost my mother at the age of 17, there have been many moments since where I have desired motherly wisdom. I'm beyond grateful for a tribe of women that I call my 'surrogate mothers,’ and Celia is one of them. I wanted there to be a generational representation in the video, and I wanted it to be personal and display an actual meaningful relationship that spoke to the theme of the song." You can watch the video for "Passing Through" below. Kaylee Elizabeth's debut album is due out in 2021. For more on Kaylee Elizabeth, check out her website.