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News

May 17, 2022

Art Moore (a new group consisting of Boy Scouts’ Taylor Vick and Ezra Furman collaborators Sam Durkes and Trevor Brooks) have announced the release of their self-titled debut album, which will be out on August 5 via ANTI-. They have also shared a video for a new song from the album, “Muscle Memory.” More

Apr 20, 2022

Art Moore (a new group consisting of Boy Scouts’ Taylor Vick and Ezra Furman collaborators Sam Durkes and Trevor Brooks) have shared their debut single, “Snowy.” It is out now via ANTI-. More

Boy Scouts Shares Video for New Song “A Lot to Ask”

Wayfinder Due Out Next Friday via ANTI-

Sep 23, 2021

Oakland-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Boy Scouts (aka Taylor Vick) has shared a video for her new song “A Lot to Ask.” It is the latest song to be released from her forthcoming studio album, Wayfinder, which will be out next Friday (October 1) via ANTI-. More

Premiere: Boy Scouts Shares Video for New Track “Hate Ya 2”

Free Company Due Out August 30 via ANTI-

Aug 13, 2019

Oakland-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Boy Scouts (aka Taylor Vicks) has shared the video for their new track “Hate Ya 2,” off of her forthcoming album Free Company, due out August 30 via ANTI-, and we are pleased to premiere it. More



Interviews

My Firsts: Boy Scouts

Dutchess and Barfie

Aug 13, 2019

My Firsts is our email interview series where we ask musicians to tell us about their first life experiences, be it early childhood ones (first word, first concert, etc.) or their first tastes of being a musician (first band, first tour, etc.). For this My Firsts we talk to Boy Scouts, aka Oakland, CA-based songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Taylor Vick. More


Reviews

Sep 30, 2021

Boy Scouts is a juxtapositional stage name for Oakland’s Taylor Vick. On the one hand, she arranges her tracks with the earthy innocence of campers. But, on the other hand, Vick’s lovesick lyrics are far more mature than anything a troupe of keener scouts would ever discuss. More