Tylor Dory Trio recently dropped their full length ten track album, ‘Unsought Salvation‘, and it’s rather impressive all the attention to detail that went into its creation. This trio manages to bring in warm melodic textures and blend them with both the dark and light sides of life, all while creating a fullness of completion in a very satisfying way. Here’s what the band had to say about their music:
The album should serve as a valid continuation from ‘Carried Away’ alongside spiritual ties to the first EP. ‘Carried Away’ was tonally quite dark, we feel that ‘Unsought Salvation’ is a more balanced presentation featuring some upbeat tracks alongside darker and heavier tracks that you may have come to expect from listening to ‘Carried Away’.
When asked about the themes present in ‘East of Eden’, TDT explains:
It’s’ our leading single and one of the most accessible and hooky songs on the album. I love how the chorus evolves in this song, getting bigger and bolder each time. A song about betrayal, we feel that East of Eden matches the fire of the lyrics while staying refined musically. Also, the only song, other than the acoustic tracks, recorded on six-string guitars as opposed to eights.
As you can see they’ve put a lot of thought into ‘Unsought Salvation‘. Not only is a continuation of their previous work it’s also an evolution of the bands growth. The band put a lot of care and work into this album and it shows! You can watch the music video for ‘East of Eden‘ down below As always, if you like what you hear then let’s keep good music coming by supporting these artists. Remember to follow the artist and spread the word! Artists Links below.