Intimate Folk Duo Ocie Elliott Provides a Light in the Dark On Their New Single “Coming Home”

January 14, 2022 BY Nettwerk

2021 was a big year for Victoria B.C. indie-folk duo Ocie Elliott. With the release of their two EPs Slow Tide and A Place, they saw their audience expand even further as die-hard fans and curious newcomers resonated with their intimate, meditative songwriting style.

Today, they make their 2022 debut with the calming, angelic single “Coming Home.” Warm and reassuring, the duo serves as a guiding light in the dark, letting us know everything will be alright. From the unison chorus through the harmony-laden verses, Ocie Elliott continue to surprise with their subtle intricacies and thoughtful songwriting.

“Coming Home arose as a riff and chorus-line that Sierra was working along with,” reflects Jon Middleton. “At first, we felt that perhaps the main phrase of the chorus was too direct and to the point but as the song evolved, and the verse lyrics came, we realized that it fit perfectly with the overall nature of the tune. This song is about the deep, spiritual feeling of having another’s whole being fill one’s own.”

“Coming Home” is available now on all digital retailers (here).


Ocie Elliott – Jon Middleton and Sierra Lundy – met playing music at a festival on the small, wind-swept Salt Spring Island, where their love of music and the chemistry of their voices fostered an instant connection. Their musical partnership came to life in 2017 on EP and has since amassed north of 30 million streams and attracted critical praise from American Songwriter, Atwood, Glide and more. The pair has performed alongside the likes of Mason Jennings, Sons of The East, Kim Churchill, and Joshua Hyslop while also captivating viewers with covers performed and captured live from the backseat of their Honda CRV. Additionally, they landed syncs on series such as NETFLIX’s Sweet Magnolias, Grey’s Anatomy, and New Amsterdam.


“Picturesque lyricism and a no-nonsense acoustic delivery bring to mind names like Gillian Welch and David Rawlings… there is no questioning Middleton and Lundy’s place amongst today’s folk echelon.” –PopMatters

“…tender and timeless…” –American Songwriter

“…a modern folk legacy in the making… stunning vocal chemistry atop a bed of soothing acoustic chords.” –Atwood Magazine

“…a timeless reflection of indie-folk splendor…” –Glide Magazine

“…a song that is just as beautiful as it is emotive…” –From the Strait