The heart of a poet and the power chords of an old-soul, New Age Janis Joplin…Atlanta-born Dylan Taylor conjures up her own magical, hardcore blend of “genre mut” voodoo whenever she puts gut-wrenching, heart-felt lyrics to the guitar-raising lyrical. This Nashville rebel pushes every boundary, from one outrageous extreme to another, picking up the pieces of addiction and ruin and singing the quiet parts out loud — with a riptide of unflinching, confrontational, hook-tastic emotion. Like the “genre-mut” she is, Taylor embodies the essence of rock, folk, country, and blues. There’s not one fake note in her, or her original, stand-alone releases: from the epic, 2018 breakthrough anthems, “Sarah Dreaming” and “Get High,” to two major EPs— solo and most recently, with her latest Hippie Speedball band (“Fuck the Police,” “Don’t Think Twice,” “Good for Wreckin’”) — loaded with gut instincts, laugh-riot vibes, and brute honesty, the kind a true soul sister shares with her BFF.
Dylan Taylor, the rising Americana-infused indie rock sensation, is set to blaze a trail through the music scene with her latest track, "Rather Watch Me Burn." The soul-stirring lyrics and captivating melody come together to create an emotional powerhouse, offering listeners an intimate glimpse into the complexities of love and longing. "How you gonna say you love me / When you'd rather watch me burn?" is the question at the heart of her latest single, that delves into the raw and tumultuous emotions of a relationship teetering on the edge. With heartfelt lyrics and Taylor's emotive delivery, the song captures the essence of love, heartbreak, and the struggle to find a way forward.