Taylah has always liked words. To listen to them, to think about them, to write them. It makes sense then, that lyrics are the centrepiece of her craft. With stylistic echoes of Mazzy Star, and Angel Olsen, the singer-songwriter cites Tom Waits, Tori Amos, and Radiohead as key inspirations, the amalgamation of which have her leaning into nostalgia, with one foot always placed firmly ahead.
Though her immediate family are not musical, somewhat comedically, the introspective artist is related to Iron Maiden member Steve Harris, a relationship she laughs at lightly, appreciating the stark contrast for the coincidence it is.
Her previous singles, 'Vermont' and the woozy and dark sophomore, ‘Sometimes Good People Do Bad Things’, saw Taylah break much ground in the Melbourne music scene, garnering national radio airplay and industry attention. Her emotive live performances lead to support slots with Harrison Storm, with whom she toured nationally, Gena Rose Bruce, Boydos, Powderfinger's Darren Middleton and more.