The alluring yet disarmingly haunting sounds of Taylor came about when traveling song writer David Taylor returned home to collaborate with fellow musician and long time friend Nick Stewart. Songs penned in places as far afield as a farmhouse in southern England and the muddy tracks of Vietnam, to Amsterdam and Osaka, were finally recorded in a water tank tucked away in the hills of Northern NSW. The unconventional location proved an ideal melting pot for Engineer/Producer Govinda Doyle (Angus & Julia Stone) to blend the vintage tones, classic narrative and distinct modern pop sensibility of Taylor's dynamic six piece band. The lyrical landscape of singer/songwriter David Taylor's seductive and memorably moody vocal timbre is intensified by the impressive musicianship and Australian music lineage of the band. The line up includes guitarist Nick Stewart, and drummer Geoff Green, from Aria award winning Brisbane band George and features the masterstrokes of Scott French's Mandolin, Ukulele, Trumpet and Melodica. The release of their debut full length album Warmer in July 2010, coincided with a successful tour of the east coast with Dave McCormack (Custard) as solo support. Since the bands inception they have consistently performed at local and interstate venues and festivals including: Homegrown in the Valley; THAT Festival (alongside You am I and Regurgitator); and supported The Break (ex Midnight Oil & Violent Femmes).