Nashville-based LGBTQ pop writer/performer, Myylo is an emerging pop act who mixes idiosyncratic lyricism, janky classical guitar, lo-fi saxophone licks, and sky-high falsettos to create something truly special.
2018 was a big year for the artist who participated in a week-long Telluride, Colorado writing trip with Mike Posner and another with Baby Face and Spotify Secret Genius.
Commissioned to pen and perform Starbucks’ 2018 National Holiday Campaign, 2019 started off with similar success with his release ‘Jonesing’, which touched upon the hardships of long-distance dating and juxtaposed harsh reality with mature lyricism and gained support from Billboard, Gay Times and The 405.
Now, starting the new year off with a twist, Myylo looks to cement himself as a serious artist with the unveiling of his latest offering, the optimistic ‘Cyborg’. Following similar themes to his previous release, ‘Cyborg’ sits in the middle of figuring out why things didn’t work out with an ex and learning to dance about life’s mishaps and laugh through the tears regardless.
Offering some insight into this new single, Myylo explains, “I’m literally wishing I could talk to God to figure out why I F’d things up with my ex. It’s like, yeah, my personal life may be a dumpster fire right now, but we’re still gonna dance about it and laugh through the tears.”