Falling for a love Too Good for you
Might lead you to think this is a waste of time,
Before this love covers you all up.
Today, the delightful sound of Taylor Noelle soothingly covers your ears with the sweetest melodies.
She shares her most honest feelings with her debut EP, Out My System, and gets you into her very own space.
She managed to capture and give a reliable rendition of her emotions, may them be wild and proud (Too Good, Won’t Waste My Time) or frail and romantic (I Fall, Covers Me).
Her EP is as fresh as she’s young: this is a feel good piece.
In just four tracks, we get the time to experiment a roller-coaster of emotions.
The guitar chords for Too Good give a warm approach to her universe, and perfectly fits the title of the EP: as being too good for somebody implies that this particular somebody must out of your system.
This added to the boldness in Taylor’s lyrics sang with her soulful voice, gives something sassy and catchy at the same time; this is a nice opening, quite entertaining.
The EP is produced by Andrew Conner, and he managed to give a color to Taylor’s emotion.
I Fall, is more than a song, this is an actual avowal.
Tracks like this are a result of a meticulous work on the composition.
The way the tracks progresses from the keyboard slowly rising, while on and on plays the mesmerizing rhythm of the guitar, slowly joined by the chords of the cello.
Then come the drums which give more weight to her words screamed with a voice to die for.
If I Fall expresses her vulnerability and her self weakened by the love she feels,
Covers me suggests a whole other vibe, and inspires a new comfort.
Taylor Noelle’s sound is a vibe, she’s an evening delight.
In her time in Nashville, Taylor Noelle has played at prestigious places such as The Listening Room, 3rd & Lindsley, The Country, Café Coco and at the legendary Bluebird Cafe.
She will celebrate the launch of her debut EP on December 4th at The End in Nashville.
Next spring, Taylor will take off for London to explore new horizons and hopefully conquer new hearts with her distinctive sound:
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