Taylor Jayne | The Day After Rain

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The Day After Rain

by Taylor Jayne

Bluesy Folk Pop.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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Taylor Jayne is an organic blend of unwrinkled vocals and charactered acoustic guitar. She stirs emotions in her lyrics that opens the audience's imagination to endless interpretations. “That’s what I love about art,” the 19 year-old says, “how it can mean anything to anyone.”

In the midst of abundant supporters and countless cups of coffee, Taylor stays up nights inventing newfangled approaches to telling stories in her music. She likes to focus in on areas that are vulnerable and find something interesting amongst the authenticity of life for her audience to contemplate. Involved in an unconventional, make-it-yourself sort of religion, Taylor thinks up different theories about how people shape each other and how an individual can shape him or herself through the power of realization. Some of her lyrics mirror these ideas and are often encouraging or inspiring. As her career shifts forward, Taylor Jayne continues to mold her music into a physique of love and illumination, while grasping onto and appreciating the raw emotions felt throughout humanity.



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