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OUR POST-GRAMMY CHEW TAKES LESS THAN FOUR HOURS TO READ
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THE B-SIDE
UPSAHL (Arista)
4/27/20

WHAT IT IS: Bringing a punk attitude back to pop, Taylor Upsahl, better known as UPSAHL, combines magnetism, musical chops and star power. The Phoenix-based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist started writing and releasing music at 17 and received critical acclaim on her debut EP, Hindsight 20/20, last year, alongside a series of buzzing singles like “Drugs,” which hit Spotify’s Global Viral chart. After spending much of 2019 touring with PVRIS, Joywave, Max Frost and more, UPSAHL has been named a YouTube Artist on the Rise. She’s continuing her momentum with singles like “Stop!” and the unapologetic “12345SEX,” as well as co-writing “Good in Bed” off Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia.
SINGLE: “Drugs” & “12345SEX”
LIVE: Opened for Two Feet, Christian French, K.Flay, Joywave, PVRS and Max Frost; performed at Lollapalooza
INTERNET: 40m+ global artist streams, 844k+ monthly Spotify listeners; featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, Teen Beats and Indie Pop, Apple Music’s Alt Pop and the cover of Amazon’s Introducing playlists
RADIO: “Drugs” and “Smile for the Camera” charted at Alt radio
PRESS: V Magazine ("Let UPSAHL make you feel badass"), LADYGUNN (“UPSAHL somehow gave pop a welcomed 90s rock spin”), L'Officiel ("Bold and saucy"), EARMILK (“Bold, self-assured, and above all, well—blunt”), more
BOOKING: Tom Windish & Andy Clayton/Paradigm
PUBLISHING: UMPG
MANAGEMENT: Joe Hegleman & Ron Shapiro/Have Fun Management