His fascination with music began as a kid avidly glued to David Bowie in Labyrinth, Michael Jackson's Moonwalker and immersed in The Beatles CD box set, all of which inspired him to see music as a boundless medium of stories, fears and triumphs, in which his heroes were beyond this world – yet all the more human for it.
Seeking a chance to reinvent himself in the likeness of his idols, Teicher chose to dissolve himself in the cultural epicentre of Berlin, where he lived for 5 years. By throwing himself into work on the records of other artists, he learned the craft of production, and became seriously road-ready as a touring guitarist playing all over Europe in the DIY folk-pop scene.
In the gaps he walked the streets and canals of Berlin, his heart growing and growing, and he loved this new home that nurtured his exploration of the different personas within each of his artistic projects. After all the different characters he adopted and the crazy, inspiring people he met along the way, he realised that the best character had been there all along. It was: himself.