Sassy country star Taylor Moss has served up the Chaser to her two hit singles, You Ain’t Getting A Song and Ain’t No Girly Girl.
The Queensland singer-songwriter’s latest single, Chaser, raced up the charts on release, is nearing 100,000 streams worldwide and has been added to playlists in Australia and the US with plenty of women in country playlists jumping on board with support.
“I’ve got this very feminist girl power approach to my songs,” Taylor said.
“I’m stoked that women are understanding what I’m saying because I’m one of those people that if you tell me I can’t do it, I will.”
Taylor wrote Chaser in her first writing soiree with Golden Guitar winner Andrew Swift.
“I contacted Andrew Swift during the first lockdown to see if we could write via Zoom and I had written in my notes, ‘I need a chaser’,” she said.
“We have very different genres – him being alt-country and me in pop country, but we thought we’d give it a go and wrote the song within a couple of hours. The t-shirt I was wearing during that Zoom said ‘Now that I’m sober, you ain’t that fine’ and it all came from there.
“It all came together because I bought that t-shirt in New York, I wrote it with the right person and it was just one of those things that worked.”Continue reading