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Arnon Naor, best known by his stage name Sun Tailor, is a singer, songwriter & producer from Tel Aviv. He grew up between England and Israel, and only began writing songs during his 3 year military service. Songwriting became an escape for him, an 18 year old soldier stuck in a secluded army base.


After releasing his first album Like The Tide in 2012, he quickly became one of the leading figures in the Israeli indie scene. His second album, This Light was released in 2014, and saw the gentle acoustic intimacy of his first record joined with groove, energy and raw power. A leading single from the album was Who’s at Your Window, which received extensive radio play both in Israel and in Germany, with its dark and epic video featured on Time Out and De Stern.

His music has received major praise from both indie and mainstream media, has been streamed over a million times, and has taken him all over the globe, with over 200 shows in his native Israel, Europe, US, Russia, Japan and India.


Some memorable festival gigs have been played in Reeperbahn (Germany) Waves (Austria) Wild Mint (Russia) Saarang (India) and Indnegev (Israel).He also supported Jose Gonzales and Low during their performances in Tel Aviv.

After several years of touring his last album This Light across the globe, Sun Tailor finally releases new music.

Trials & Troubles, the first song from his upcoming third album, is about letting go and facing reality. It ends a period of soul searching and musical discovery, and begins a new chapter in the Sun Tailor story.

This is not a complete departure from the acoustic styling of his last albums, but it’s definitely covering new musical grounds.

After working with a band on This Light, he began experimenting by himself in his Jaffa studio, recording a variety of folk instruments (Autoharp, Harmonium, Mandoline, Glockenspiel) alongside guitars and drums, producing newer and bolder sounds. The result is a lush, acoustic folk pop, more direct and uplifting then his previous material. Being sad never sounded happier!

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