Taylor Janzen with Nic Dyson and Dana Lee
The Good Will Social Club & UMFM are proud to present:
w/Nic Dyson & Dana Lee
Thursday, February 28, 2019
18+ w/valid ID
$10 advance tickets are available Friday, Jan 18 at The Good Will and Showpass.com.
“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 softly layered over a minimalistic and slow-building guitar riff, 19 year old Winnipeg artist, Taylor Janzen’s “Stations” is an honest and raw effort that aims to break the silence about abuse. It’s a stunning first taste of her forthcoming EP, “Interpersonal”, due August 10, 2018.
Taylor elaborated on the songs meaning — “I wrote Stations in my room when I was 17 about the isolating and complicated feelings when one experiences psychological abuse from a loved one, regardless of the nature of their relationship. I think it was my attempt at breaking silence in a way that I previously didn’t think I could. I almost don’t really remember writing it because I kinda just emotionally puked it out.. but decided early on it would be the perfect 1st song to debut from the EP in hopes that someone may feel some solidarity through shared experience.”