Baby Taylah isn’t confined to the ‘genre box’. To best describe her style, think if Bishop Briggs and X Ambassadors could have a musical lovechild but with classic Celtic roots woven in between. Soon the singer is set to release her debut EP Good Enough with Icons Creating Evil Art. Discovering her passion for music at the age of 14, Baby Taylah is a multi-talented artist in her own right, from playing the guitar to the harp, Taylah can do just about anything. Having performed in and around the Glasgow music scene from 2009, She has since then performed at Scotland’s TRNSMT festival on their very first female-led ‘Queen Tut’s stage’. Self-titled opener ‘Good Enough’ explores human errors, and how the next generation must learn to not repeat these mistakes. Taylah says: “I wrote the lyrics for ‘Good Enough' a few years ago in a hotel room. I had the idea of writing a song to the future generation explaining that the world is the way it is because of mistakes we have made, but they have the opportunity to re-build a better way of living. It’s mainly about forgiveness: accepting our past so we can move forward, but asking myself if there is an afterlife would I be good enough to make it through myself. I feel like it’s relevant now in times of change” While 'Home’ explores the craving one feels when wanting to be around someone that is no longer present in their everyday life. Juggling a variety of musical styles and influences from the electropop and classical ballad scenes, her powerful angelic vocals compliment the tracks sophisticated, yet shimmering sound. She tells us: "Menial everyday tasks like simply travelling back home with that person is something you would pay a high price just to experience it for one last time.” Elsewhere on the record, ‘Reclaim’ is the tale of taking back control and becoming the ruler of your own life. Discussing the inspiration behind the track, she says: "I wrote Reclaim at a time when I felt very out of control and trapped. I had a conversation with my sister in which I said that I wasn’t prepared to become a victim of my personal circumstance". The cinematic number went on to receive BBC Radio plays from Vic Galloway and Nicole Meighan, and was also championed by Jim Gellatly on Amazing Radio. Good Enough EP will be released June 26th via Icons Creating Evil Art.