Tag Archives: Taryn Miller

Best Covers: Your Friend “Radio Silence”

Your Friend a.k.a. Taryn Miller has spent 2016 supporting her debut album Gumption. Following its January release, she embarked on an extensive criss-cross of the US with friends and label-mates Porches and Alex G, taking in a 7-show stint at SXSW and wrapping up with two shows in New York – Music Hall of Williamsburg and Bowery Ballroom. Your Friend has also toured with San Fermin this year.

Recently, Your Friend premiered a new cover of James Blake’s “Radio Silence” in anticipation of her August tour, with several dates opening for Kurt Vile. Out Of Town Films has also shared a new session recorded in Philadelphia earlier this year, which includes versions of “Come Back From It,” “Gumption,” and “UN.” The tour includes stops in San Diego, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, and Denver, and more.

Productora de Pardals: Your Friend

Mestre Bergman bring us a new musical pearl: Your Friend. Miller was born in Winfield, Kansas. Since the release of her debut self-recorded EP, Jekyll/Hyde, in early 2014 via Domino, Taryn Miller (Your Friend) brings us her debut album Gumption.

Miller began writing the songs that would become Gumption at her studio space and apartment in Lawrence, KS after returning from touring in mid-2014. Recorded with producer Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Deerhunter) at the Rare Book Room in Brooklyn. Miller may be loosely classified as a folk artist, but with a four-piece band, she can be more adequately described as an eloquent head banger.