I grew up in in southern Sweden, surrounded by ocean, forest and farmland. I started playing the organ at 7, before picking up my mum’s old guitar from the attic at 11. That’s when I started writing songs, and I formed my first rock band at 12. I spent my teenage years in a dingy rehearsal space in the city of Malmö, always obsessed with the art of a song.
Now I am based in Canada (my father’s home country). I have learned how to chop wood. I have experienced -50 in the Yukon. I have seen many small Canadian and European towns. I have studied Music Composition and Audio Engineering in University. I got a puppy. I’ve collected multiple awards. I have played major Canadian and International festivals and shared stages with many people who I very much admire. I am always on a quest to learn more. Sometimes I have to pinch myself, and ask myself how I got here.
In November of 2017 Taylor pulled her seven-song EP, “Dreamy is the Night”, out of the cauldron and has recently opened for artists as diverse as Tanya Tagaq, Lindi Ortega, Emma Ruth Rundle, and Milky Chance. As a long-standing pillar of the Saskatoon music scene, Taylor’s musical swath cuts as wide as post-folk, grunge, alternative, traditional folk and beyond.