Taylor Sheridans brand new single ‘When The Demons Come’ has already felt a massive warm welcome from a bunch of commercial networks across Australia.
Taylors newest addition was from Australian Radio Network’s KIIS FM last week.
A huge win for the Melbourne based artist and a lot more following soon!
ABOUT TAYLOR SHERIDAN:
Inspired by the power of strength and resilience, When The Demons Come chronicles the emotional rollercoaster of self-healing with a raw and expressive artistic spirit.
Taylor Sheridan’s first-hand experience of such issues empowered him to seek solace in the process of song-writing. When The Demons Come is the result; a poignant and moving affirmation of personal struggles that can affect us all.
“While the initial concept behind the song came from a friends experience, it wasn’t long before I found myself, quite unexpectedly, staring straight in the face of my own personal demons.
From a time of feeling pretty low and isolated, came a song injected with as much strength and fire as I could muster; this was my way of taking the power back.”
With one in six Australians currently experiencing depression, anxiety or both, the importance of communication and social connection, particularly in these times of social isolation has never been so relevant.
When The Demons Come is a powerful and emotive tour de force highlighting an undeniable musical talent with an extraordinary gift for storytelling. This is Taylor’s breakout track: contemporary, emotionally charged and featuring a strong and evocative vocal performance, a universal lyric and soulful melodic brilliance.
After releasing two EPs and a string of successful singles, Taylor Sheridan has already forged a strong and independent musical identity, from opening the Red Hot Summer shows in 2019 to touring nationally in support of both Vanessa Amorosi and Jon Stevens to sharing the stage with the likes of Pete Murray, Thirsty Merc and John Farnham to name a few.
When The Demons Come is at radio today and available on all streaming platforms in May.