Emanuel Tägil - Bio

Tägil has taken the meaning of singer-songwriter and completely reinvented your expectations when it comes to that “genre” of popular music.


Emanuel Tägil is a singer-songwriter who after his background in black metal and punk landed in an experimental and synth heavy form of indie rock...

Tägil has been described as a master of atmosphere and he invites his listerners into unusually detailed narratives, romantic and poetic reflections of everyday life and memories.


With a peculiar and beautiful voice, melodic winding piano and an expanding soundstage, the song 'The Sun Looked Like the Moon' captures us.


- Savant


...his self-titled debut album is a genre-defying piece of work in which Tägil delivers some strange and peculiar stories which bridge together over top the diversity of his musical background and interests. It’s a highly atmospheric slice of originality which will remind you of absolutely nothing you’ve heard lately, or likely ever before...


Tägil has taken the meaning of singer-songwriter and completely reinvented your expectations when it comes to that “genre” of popular music.


- Pure Grain Audio


WOW. You can’t help but just open your mouth in awe. For Emanuel’s mind works in another dimension. It reveals then helps digest the things that happen in a macro sensibility, while collapsing it down to a breadth of understanding that is local and personal. The talented artist paints with colorful brush that is in the best traditions of bands and artist such as David Bowie, Morrissey, The Hives.


- Comeherefloyd

(about the song Serenity Now)


Swedish artist Emanuel Tägil shows his best works to date with new tracks “Serenity Now” and “Attic.” The powerful “Serenity Now” unleashes a fury of frantic percussion and lively synths. Tägil’s vocals are at their most confident and melodically engaging to date here. Unnerving, visual lyrics that read like a well-written horror novel are another trademark of Tägil’s style, and that enjoyable format continues in this track’s narrative. There’s a consuming atmospheric and melodic quality throughout.


- Obscure Sound



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