Julian Taylor – S. E. E. D. S.



Julian Taylor – S. E. E. D. S.

I am currently writing this far away from the USA or Canada, where Julian Taylor creates his gorgeous music. While the inspiration to his newest song “S. E. E. D. S.” is something that happened on Canadian soil, similar horrific acts have been happening at many places in the world and we need to do whatever we can to not let history repeat itself.

A quiet protest song about hope, strength, and resilience, “S. E. E. D. S.” stands for Somehow, Everyone, Eventually, Dreams, Someday. The song was inspired by a text that Taylor received from his cousin the morning after it was announced that 215 uncovered remains of buried Indigenous children had been discovered at a former residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia.

The message read: They tried to bury us, but they didn’t know we were seeds.

Find the powerful lyrics here on Julian Taylor’s page, posted by himself (so no misinterpretations possible!), and let them sink in. Paired with a gorgeous production – this is what good songwriting is all about.

Listen to “Seeds,” our Song Pick of the Day:

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Photo credit: Lisa MacIntosh

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