Based in Seattle, WA, Kaylyn Rogers draws from the wells of introspective and vulnerable music like that of Julien Baker, Leslie Feist, and Big Thief. Her music is saturated with self reflective lyrics that inhabit both starkly minimalist and sprawling sonic landscapes that usher in an almost spiritual contemplation. Her lyrical intimacy is reminiscent of a conversation between a close friend at 4am, exhausted yet leaving nothing off of the table.
In her debut album, The Older Brother, Rogers reflects on what she's learned and unlearned in times of anxiety by affirming the taboo emotions so often left unexposed. It carries with it an impassioned affirmation of human anxieties that reveal the depth of life, both at its most despairing and its most hopeful. Listen here.
Her latest LP, About My Body, oscillates between feminist affirmation of righteous anger, and devastating self-doubt; she intimately paints her ever-changing perception of her body and the space it inhabits, ultimately arriving at it’s divinity. Listen here.