Trevor Borden was born in Nairobi, Kenya, and was raised in the bush, the setting that may be the single most influential element to his craft. His musical pursuits began in high school when he moved to Lisbon, Portugal. Playing electric guitar in a punk band, Trevor was first introduced to the stage in the underground rock scene. In 2007 Trevor made another continental jump--this one landing him squarely in the golden light of southern California. Over the next several years, he started a small side project, called The Sounds of Lyon Fell, and led his college band, The Way Much, on a national tour. Soon after touring, Trevor released his first solo EP, Giants.
In 2014, Trevor got married and left southern California to explore his old stomping grounds on foot and by bike. After a year of travel, Trevor settled in Dripping Springs, Texas with his wife Karly. In early 2016 he released Creek Road, a stripped down collection of six songs recorded in his home studio. The majority of 2016 was spent touring in his minivan, playing shows roughly every other night across the USA. Trevor is currently in Austin, writing new songs, growing a local band and playing shows around Texas. Trevor describes his sound as folk, country, americana-inspired, and honest.