Trust marks a seismic shift in perception and direction for the solo artist, echoing SOHN's new responsibility as the father of three children. Moving from Los Angeles to the serenity of Catalunya and the experience of parenthood changed his mindset. "I felt this kind of openness I hadn't felt before, and I realised I couldn't do it alone anymore - I was missing community and friendship in life and the creative process," SOHN says.
For the first time in his decade-long career the producer invited others to help him bring a new album to life, returning to LA (where he recorded Rennen) to work with Yakob, Mike Sonier, Jesse Boykins III, Ryan Linvill, Noah Le Gros and Emile Mosseri. Community, intimacy, family, and openness are key themes on Trust as the British producer reflects on his past life (Vienna in 'Figureskating, Neusiedlersee') and present reality ('Montardit', 'Segre').
By opening up his creative process to others Toph Taylor invites the listener to experience his most intimate and personal work to date. "On [debut album] Tremors it was like I was behind glass, but Trust feels like you could be sat in that room, and not just with me; you're sitting in this room with me, some musicians, some friends."