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Josh Taffel ‘Love, Yes I Know It Was’ : As the environment around and inside them, delight in the changes of possibilities.

Josh Taffel

Transforming and blooming, an artist moves like melted gold, as the environment around and inside them, delight in the changes of possibilities.

“This marks a huge step for me in the next stage of my career, not as a drummer but as a songwriter and producer – Long overdue I say. 2020 has been a shit show but lockdown was a unique opportunity to spend almost unlimited time devoted to something. For me that was this ep. Before I blubber something offensively pretentious I will just say thank you to all those who’ve supported or guided me over the years.”

This song represents the lack of stability within the confinements of love – however hard I try to avoid its grip.. end up squeezed.

London based multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer. Josh Taffel toured extensively as a member of To Kill A King.

This project is his attempt to step away from the familiarity of what is known, to a world which isn’t.

Newest EP ‘Shimmer’ is right, and available now.

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I've intended to release music under my own name since I was a kid. I did my first gig at 11, started the festival circuit in my teenage years and toured around the world with @tokillaking through my 20s. This marks a huge step for me in the next stage of my career, not as a drummer but as a songwriter and producer – Long overdue I say. 2020 has been a shit show but lockdown was a unique opportunity to spend almost unlimited time devoted to something. For me that was this ep. Before I blubber something offensively pretentious I will just say thank you to all those who've supported or guided me over the years. This jus' the start 🧑 Follow the link in my bio πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™ #shimmer #newmusic #outnow @spotify @applemusic @deezer @tidal #musicproducer #songwriter #musician #cassette #tape #lowfi #chill #groove #indie #singer #artist #hustle #grind #slipnslide πŸ“Έ@reepsone

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