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Updated: May 21

I got the pleasure of working with UPSAHL tonight in Nashville at Exit/In. If you haven't been following her, she is an artist on the rise!

Upsahl released a self-titled EP (as Taylor Upsahl) at age 14. In 2015, she wrote and self-produced her full-length debut album, "Viscerotonic". In 2017, her third album was released, "Unfamiliar Light".[2] She quickly became a local favorite for national touring acts in Phoenix. Upsahl played the McDowell Mountain Music Festival in 2017, opening for The Shins, Beck, and Flume,[3] and released her first single, "Can You Hear Me Now", that year.[4][5] On March 8, 2019, she released her debut EP Hindsight 20/20 along with her single "Drugs".[6] She signed a recording deal with Arista Records in the summer of 2018. She was the first artist signed to the newly re-launched record label.[7]

In 2020, Upsahl released the single "12345SEX".[8] This was followed by the singles "People I Don't Like" and "MoneyOnMyMind", both songs were included on her second EP, Young Life Crisis. In 2021, she released the singles "Douchebag", "Melatonin", "Time of my Life", and "Lunatic". All songs are featured on her debut studio album, Lady Jesus, which was released October 8, 2021.[9]

In 2022, she contributed the song "My Time to Shine" to the soundtrack of the movie Bullet Train (film).[10]

Upsahl toured as an opening act for Olivia O'Brien in 2021, for Yungblud and FLETCHER in 2022 and for Tove Lo, and Melanie Martinez in Europe and the UK, in 2023.[11]

In July 2023, Upsahl featured in a different version of K-pop girl group Le Serafim's song Eve, Psyche & the Bluebeard's Wife.

Her newest Single "Summer So Hot" drops in two weeks! Be sure to stream her music!

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