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Singer Self Esteem Thriving in Multiple Creative Arenas: A Journey of Artistry and Identity



Rebecca Lucy Taylor, known by her stage name Self Esteem, continues to captivate audiences with her diverse talents across various creative fields, showcasing her artistry and personal identity in a mesmerizing journey. Most recently, Taylor graced the iconic stage of Cabaret in the West End production in London, receiving acclaim for her portrayal of Sally Bowles in Rebecca Frecknall‘s revival at the Kit Kat Club.

The production, originally set to conclude in January, extended its run due to overwhelming demand, highlighting Taylor’s ability to mesmerize audiences with her performance. Adding to her busy schedule, tonight she is scheduled to appear on the popular BBC quiz show, Richard Osman's House of Games, showcasing her versatility and wide-ranging talents.

Before embarking on her solo career as Self Esteem, Taylor was part of the acclaimed band Slow Club, originating from Sheffield in 2006. Alongside Charles Watson, Taylor contributed her vocals and drumming skills to create music that resonated with audiences, ultimately releasing five albums and a documentary capturing their final tour in 2016.

Transitioning into her solo career, Taylor found liberation in expressing her musical tastes fully through Self Esteem, a project that resonated deeply with her. Winning the 2021 BBC Music Introducing Award and releasing her second solo album, Prioritise Pleasure, Taylor continues to push boundaries and explore her unique sound.

Hailing from Rotherham, Taylor credits her music teacher, Anthony Wright, for nurturing her singing talent and inspiring her journey in music. Growing up immersed in a musical environment, Taylor found solace in the textured sounds of female voices, shaping her artistic style and approach.

Exploring themes of love and identity, Taylor’s music reflects her personal experiences and struggles, with tracks like Girl Crush delving into her bisexuality and challenging mainstream narratives around queerness. Through her music, Taylor aims to create a space for authentic representation and empowerment.

Beyond her musical endeavors, Taylor has ventured into acting, featuring in notable series like I Hate Suzie and taking on roles in Smothered and Layla. With a diverse portfolio across music and acting, Taylor’s creative journey continues to inspire and captivate audiences worldwide.

Rachel Adams

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