"The powerful simplicity of a voice, a guitar, a restrained melody and a raw emotion has been rediscovered by songwriters like Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and now, Taylor Janzen." - The New York Times
With deeply personal lyrics over a minimalistic and slow-building guitar riff, Taylor Janzen's "Stations" is an honest and raw effort aiming to break the silence about her experience with abuse.
Growing up, Taylor had a religious upbringing in Winnipeg, Manitoba attending a small school up until graduation. Her family and friends and those around her never talked to one another about difficult things they were experiencing in life, and if they ever needed help, they turned to religion for answers.
Unable to talk through her issues in mental health, Taylor turned to songwriting as an outlet and, as a result, with each song on "Interpersonal" we're granted an intimate and almost painstakingly brazen glimpse into the most heart wrenching pages of her diary. She writes candidly, musing that, "the music that I write is very honest, so it speaks for itself."
"The thing is, my personality isn't as depressing as my music is," adds Taylor. Often tweeting about Dennis Quaid, her cat and the occasional Paramore cover (one of which went viral with 25k+ retweets and got the endorsement from Hayley Williams herself) every little thing Taylor shares with the world is magic, shining a light and finding beauty in even the darkest, seemingly mundane moments.