Taking 'Great Falls' with Taylor Berrett
Last time we featured Taylor Berrett, he spoke about his upcoming album 'Great Falls' in his 11 Track Debut Album, the daring and vibrant artist talks about love, heartbreak, and discovering himself. Embodying the heart and spirit of individualism Taylor gives us a taste of life through his eyes, currently the album is on Spotify.
Taylor opens up with the first song 'Hypnotize Me' singing,I've walked this road alone and I used to think it made me free.. come on darling won't you hypnotize me In this song, Taylor touches on about being in love with someone but also having a clear understanding of himself as an individual within society.
Best Kind Of Heartbreak
With a tribal essence within this song it's the perfect way to get over a heartbreak. Taylor gets in touch with military lifestyle and how soulmates feel once their love one is overseas.
In this song, Taylor opens about being broken, but not broken and alone but broken in a way that he is isn't looking for saving, he looking for someone to understand what place he is broken in, and be broken along with him.
Taylor brings an interpersonal presence on this track, having this single be relatable in the sense, of learning to love someone with your whole heart even though you have no clue where to begin you are willing to try and love this person.
When I Find You
In this song, he touches on finding the right person to love, in sorts of being in two different parts of the world but experiencing the same things as one another.
With a thumping essential Taylor, tackles dealing with the heat of a situation, dealing with the angry side of life.
He talks about loving someone that is far away from him physically but the memories of this person is all he can focus on even though they are miles apart.
Taylor sings, "Slow Down turn around tell me what's tearing your heart out, Cause everybody has those days" everyone indeed has those days in which things just don't flow as they should, or simply just having a hard time figuring things out, with smooth jazz influentials this song is a perfect way to get over those days.
The Village,The Wolf, and The Boy
Taylor talks about not allowing someone fall apart right in front their eyes, also being the force to lift that person up.
In this song, talks about loving someone but not being able to love them the way they are needed to be loved, and the pain slowly taking over the person.
Ending the album, with violins Taylor brings us to peace with the closing of his debut album, completely stripped with all vocals, the artist,ends the album on a powerful note, he talks abut believing in the himself and thriving off 'The Horizon'.