AUDG is a nonbinary human and a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter. They came to New York for college as "Audrey", and after graduating and much enlightenment, AUDG emerged. Originally from the suburbs of Massachusetts, they've been writing and playing music since their early teens. Their songwriting centers around their relationships, queerness, and family bonds; and their musical inspirations are drawn from indie artists like Phoebe Bridgers, Bon Iver, and the like. They've conquered their self-doubt and are now finally putting their own music out there to be heard and loved, after a long, tumultuous relationship with posting covers on Instagram.


Phoebe Bridgers, Bon Iver, Lucy Dacus, Clairo, Ben Howard, Feist, Soccer Mommy, Ingrid Michaelson, Sharon Van Etten.

Audg 25_by Sara Laufer_16.jpeg


A really accomplished debut single from AUDG as they softly and pleasingly explore themes of queerness, modern relationships  & encounters around  a simple indie folk arrangement where maximum atmosphere derives from a few perfectly balanced instruments - a rare art & one many new (& old!) artists struggle with.

The Slow Music Movement, 7/1/2022