Silas Goodman was drawn to music at a young age, writing his first melodies at the age of 6. Born and raised in a small winemaking town outside of Lausanne, Switzerland, he was classically trained on piano at the Conservatory of Vevey and taught himself guitar.
After releasing his first EP Musical Chairs (2013), he went on to co-write, direct and star in his first short film Inferno (2014). The following year he won 1st Prize for Music at the NAG-Night, Nuit des Artistes de Gymnases (2015) which helped fund his new album Rêverie (2016) released in February. He is currently pursuing a formal education at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts for Music Theory and Composition.