Stemming from Carrollton Georgia, the music group Elixir takes advantage of a tight-knit family bond to fuel the creation of its unique sound.
Twin sisters Aleeya and Aleexus Crowder centralize their interest on making genuine and prolific music. Elixir’s strong fascination in music began with a simple love of art. Their focus on the purity of nature itself greatly facilitates the song writing process, as well as how well the music is received. Constantly sending positive and relatable messages to their audience is one of many important tasks on Elixir’s agenda. A slogan that encapsulates their theme as artists quotes “Smooth vibes and good intentions throughout our mentions.” Their new single “Grab My Hand” is the perfect antidote to ease the tension felt by everyone in these trying times. Chilled sat with the twins to learn about upcoming projects along with how else the twins spend their time.
Tell us about some projects on the horizon.
We are working on a song with our manager (Selena Weinert) called “Grab My Hand.” We all collectively felt like everyone needs a feel-good song.
With your busy schedule, what do you like to do with your downtime?
We are very artistic people, so we like to draw, make crystal jewelry, and learn how to play instruments like the piano and guitar. Spending time with family is huge, but of course making music comes before anything.
When you go out to eat, where do you like to dine?
We love Mexican restaurant’s because the drinks are so delicious.
What types of dishes do you typically order?
Shrimp nachos, fish tacos, lamb tacos.
Any favorite bars?
What drinks do you order when out?
Strawberry Margarita, fireball shots, vodka shot, and Mojito.
Do you prepare drinks at home?
Yes, we prepare Margaritas.
Tell us about your home bar. What is it stocked with?
At home we like to have wine and sometimes Margaritas. We’ll blend up strawberry or lime Daiquiri mix, with vodka and some fresh fruit like strawberries, mangos, or pineapples.
Have you ever been a bartender?
No, but we hope to experience that one day.
We are just basically trying to stay true to ourselves and what we love to do. We do that by keeping our creative mind active and not losing focus.