Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Fearn. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and was intrigued by his music.
The music proposed by this artist is really interesting.
A unique compositional approach that pushes Fearn to collaborate with many artists around the world.
This open and broad vision of music allows him to be free from commercial rules and can therefore give vent to his creativity.
While listening to Lake Annecy (feat. Lorphe) I closed my eyes and let myself be lulled by the beautiful melody of this song. An ethereal and magical tune that has the ability to speak directly to the heart and soul of the listener.
The production is very good and in particular, the mix that leaves the right space for each sound element and the song breathes well.
A nice discovery that I recommend everyone to go and listen to.
Lake Annecy (feat. Lorphe) is Fearn’s Single Out Now!
Sweet and Refined!
Fearn is Will Taylor, a West Sussex (UK) producer. The alias was taken from the Gaelic word Fearn: ‘Alder tree’ and was chosen because of the association of this tree with strength, compassion, and generosity.
Exploring nature and the great outdoors is a huge part of Fearn’s writing-process, regularly finding inspiration from walks across the hills and valleys of West Sussex.
Fearn has previously worked mainly in a collaborative/band musical setting. However, Fearn is a ‘solo’ project; Will enjoys the freedom and creativity of collaborating with other chosen artists and including them in most tracks written. Over recent years Fearn has created a network of musicians who bring their own individual style to his tracks. He is always searching for new artists to work with and spends a lot of time reaching out to artists on Instagram to broaden his network.
For his first four singles, Fearn collaborated with three London-based musicians, Rob Quo, Iris Engelen and Alex Kate, and New Zealand-based Lee Stuart. Fearn enjoys finding different musicians to collaborate with, to share the creative process of song-writing. He describes is sound as ‘Cinematic Folk’.