Henry Taylour Shares Beautiful Indie-Folk Single 'Aftersun'
Henry Taylour is back with his unique ambient folk sound on the stunning new single ‘Aftersun’, a drifting, intricate gem akin to artists such as Ben Howard and John Martyn. Working with acclaimed producer Josh Tyrrell (Seal, Van Morrison, James Morrison, Lana Del Rey), 'Aftersun' blends flowing finger picked guitar, delicate strings and gently building drums and bass to create an etherial, melancholic soundscape over it's 4 and half minutes before the tracks breathtaking climax.
Speaking about the meaning behind ‘Aftersun’, Henry said: “This is a song that is about distance, time, and how that space can allow us to move forward. There comes a point when all things cool and get better, and this song is about both looking forward, whilst also reflecting on how far you've come.”
With live shows planned for the summer including St Pancras Old Church, London, 15th July, Henry Taylour's new single ‘Aftersun’ is available across streaming platforms and online stores now.