10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his second album, producer Christopher Taylor reflects on the whirlwind that followed the release of his well-received first. The result is a lush collection of far-reaching R&B and Taylor’s most personal work to date. Opener “Hard Liquor” chronicles the beginnings of a wild romance. “This whole record was like a lesson for me to just be like, ‘You know what? If you like it, just do it,” he told Beats 1’s Zane Lowe. “Don't try and hide anything or think too hard about it. If it feels right, just do it.’”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

On his second album, producer Christopher Taylor reflects on the whirlwind that followed the release of his well-received first. The result is a lush collection of far-reaching R&B and Taylor’s most personal work to date. Opener “Hard Liquor” chronicles the beginnings of a wild romance. “This whole record was like a lesson for me to just be like, ‘You know what? If you like it, just do it,” he told Beats 1’s Zane Lowe. “Don't try and hide anything or think too hard about it. If it feels right, just do it.’”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Yes

Butchoward

These first two songs are killer. Can't wait for more Sohn is definitely moving in the right direction sweet

Inspiration.

That Guy Jeremy

SOHN has been one of my favorite artists for the past three years. He is a true inspiration, and I cannot wait to hear this flawless work of art.

So far, so stellar!

Abbygrace71

The first two songs sound amazing. Sohn never fails to deliver incredible tunes. Can't wait!

About SOHN

London-based songwriter and electronic musician Toph Taylor started releasing music as SOHN in 2012, beginning with a few tracks online that eventually led to a 12" on the Aesop label called The Wheel. SOHN's sound melded soulful singer/songwriter fare with abstract electronic beats, gaining immediate acclaim and plenty of press exposure. He was quickly signed to 4AD, which released several singles leading up to debut album Tremors, released in April of 2014. Prior to the album's release, Taylor worked on remixes and other various collaborations with artists like Rhye and Lana Del Rey. For his sophomore studio album, 2016's Rennen, Taylor took a more concise approach, preferring to highlight the vocal and melodic elements by utilizing fewer layers on every track. In early 2018, ahead of his European tour, Taylor issued a pair of moody, downtempo singles, "Hue" and "Nil." ~ Fred Thomas

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2012

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