The Taylor Twins first emerged as Butterfly in 2020, earning introductory airplay at Radio 16 Music and Radio X for their EP ‘Ranger 1’. They were also tipped by veterans musicians and rising talents alike, with praise from artists including Ruban Nielson (Unknown Mortal Orchestra), Sean Ono LennonWillie J HealeyBlaine Harrison (Mystery Jets) and Dave Gregory (XTC). They even gained traction in the US, with plays from the larger-than-life industry icon Rodney Bingenheimer.
Having decided to capitalise on their distinctive image by relaunching as The Taylor Twins, the duo now share their debut single ‘Lost All The Summer’. The track is out now on their own indie label Rørvig Records, a name which references their Scandinavian roots. Listen HERE.
‘Lost All The Summer’ resuscitates an array of classic guitar-based genres for 2021, its mix of layered vocal harmonies, honeyed melodies, and abrasive guitar drawing on ‘60s psychedelia, power-pop, glam rock and a dash of grunge. It’s the perfect backdrop for the brothers’ bittersweet lyrics, which discuss the melancholy of missing opportunities while also having the dogged determination to learn from such mistakes. Although it was written about personal experiences, it can also be interpreted as speaking to the masses of people who are determined that this summer will be better than the last.  
The Taylor Twins commented, “‘Lost All The Summer’ is an expression of frustration about missing out on things in the past, and knowing better this time, making the most of everything life has to offer from now on. It’s about growing into yourself.”

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