Singer-songwriter Trace Taylor is most likened to Florence + The Machine and Annie Lennox, both in style and delivery. Whilst the voice of Trace Taylor are the connecting thread, there are different genres she steps into with her songwriting compositions. Following on from her first album in 2015, the birth of The Yeshua Tree project in 2018 is the first of a three-part CD volume showcasing Trace Taylor’s growing branches of songwriting. Volume 1 includes eclectic pop/rock/electro, dance-club and devotional music and volume 2, due out by the Autumn of this year, is set to include a ‘special branch’ of collaborations, along with the ‘extreme music’ genre (“Christian Goth”). 

Parousia is an example of the ‘extreme music’ genre. Visit the concept website or click on the page PAROUSIA in the menu bar to listen to and watch the track video. Parousia was released in October 2020 as Trace Taylor’s debut single and received extensive coverage in Zero Tolerance magazine.

Trace Taylor’s next single is due to be released into the extreme music genre for Pesach/Easter in April of 2022. Additionally, The Yeshua Tree (vol 2), the second in a three part series showcasing Trace’s eclectic branches of songwriting, is scheduled to be released later this year whilst her band, Trace + The Resonators, is planning on releasing their first CD into the ‘extreme music’ arena in January, 2023.

BELOW: examples of devotional music in woodland settings 

All Seeing Eyes is the first of a collective of track videos to be released throughout 2022.

L-L-Love: track video #2 for 2022. From Trace Taylor’s 2015 album It Is Finished