From a small town in the North Cascades, all the way to Seattle, Tylar Moe brings a country-rock sound that meshes together with a folk flair as he enters the music industry.
Crediting his musical influences to Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Sr., their songs of real-life hardships deliver their personal struggles, poverty, and homelessness in a way that resonated with Tylar Moe.
The mesmerizing grooves that emanate from his most recent release of “Rise Above,” has us tapping our fingers and toes to the rhythmic essence we clasp onto. There’s a captivating pull that surfaces through the speakers as the harmonic elements of this sentimental bop come together in unity and tug at your heartstrings. Listening to the heartfelt lyrics that are composed by Tylar Moe, you’re immediately pulled into an intimate vocal delivery that has him serenading you in authentic timbres of hope.
With words such as, ‘A way to live the only life worth living, is just to be yourself and never stop believing,’ greeting you as the record commences, you feel the bountiful warmth that comes from Tylar Moe as an artist, and individual. The power laced into these words complements the heartfelt instrumentation that lays down a blanket of gentle musical bliss for Tylar Moe to perform over. “Rise Above,” is the perfect sonic canvas for you to get lost within as you reflect on memories that have brought you to your present moment.
It takes a true storyteller and energy conveyor to accomplish such a prevailing act that will have you falling into the honest persona on the other side of the speakers. If you need the comforting sounds of inspiration to whisk you away, Tylar Moe is ready to complete this task.
Welcome to BuzzMusic Tylar Moe, and congratulations on the release of “Rise Above.” We love the meaning that you ensured to carry out when creating this song. With words that sound extremely personal to you, what inspired you to share them with your fan base?
I love that you guys connected with the song it’s near to my heart, believe it or not, I was trying to break into the Christian music industry and found out the hard way people aren’t so nice even if they call themselves or label themselves Quote Christian, there is always going to be hated but rising about and love always wins in my opinion! Stay focused on your path write from the heart and don’t let people’s opinions get you down!
Could you please reflect on some memorable moments that happened during the time of creation? Do you feel that these moments shaped the release experience that much more for you?
I think like most of my songs they come from a place of brokenness, hurt, disappointment, and that’s OK to feel that way but healing happens when you put paper to pen and be honest with yourself and your audience. I most definitely feel that everything happens for a reason and moments create themselves through our own journey on this beautiful thing called life…
What is your favorite lyric from this song, and what significance does it hold to you?
Keep on walking and keep your head up, I guess honestly this really speaks to me to keep going keep moving forward even if you have to go one step forward and two steps back keep going and hold your head high because you are valuable and loved there is no one on this earth like you.
What words of advice do you have for your listeners out there looking to “Rise Above” their current situations?
My advice is to be yourself it sounds generic but you are the only version of yourself and your gifts are valuable and the world needs you to be you!!!
What's next for you?
I’m working with a good friend, a producer who is a genius, in my opinion, Loren Boley on my next single called 'Southside.' I’ve had quite a few people from my small hometown tell me it’s my best song yet I’m excited it’s almost done and then I’m going to release a 5 song EP of all the single’s I've released I’m pretty excited to get something in my fans' hands at shows I play around Seattle and hopefully someday around the world! Thank you so so very much for having me play a small part in your BuzzMusic Blog, I so so much appreciate it.