Mariee Sioux was raised in Northern California and is of Indigenous and Polish Hungarian ancestry. She prefers to be known as an abstract storyteller and a voice for the natural world and trials of humanity through song. She’s been given gifts of songs for over 10 years. Her songs have been described as medicinal, hallucinatory, and haunting, with a trance like performance.
Mariee Sioux’s most recently recorded song Black Snakes, inspired by the Standing Rock /Water Protectors movement, was recently played over some of the heaviest footage of the postStanding Rock evictions and faces of brave water protectors on Democracy Now.