Eaux Neaux was a solo project of electronic producer and singer-songwriter Taylor Everett.
Eaux Neaux began in 2009 to mark a stylistic change in direction from the songs associated with Everett's previous moniker, Hand Me That Piano. Eaux Neaux abandoned the use of acoustic instruments, adopting a completely electronic pop sound that was vocal-lead for much of the first several releases before eventually becoming entirely instrumental. While the project was conceived while Everett was still living in his hometown of College Station, Texas, the project's debut was written and self-released the next year in Austin, Texas. Shortly after, Everett moved to London, Ontario where he began performing live and self-released several albums and singles between mid-2010 and 2012.
The project was soon abandoned and much of the Eaux Neaux discography was made unavailable in June 2012, leaving only a compilation titled 2009-2010, a compilation of tracks from 2010's vocal-lead albums Misery Swimmingpool and All That I Regret, 2011's instrumental album Remember Me, and the two most recent EPs, Last Night and Watch Me, both released in early 2012.
Everett currently works closely with fellow Ontario electronic artist Jordan Allen. The two founded Affectionate Records in March 2012, and Everett is a live member of Allen's chillwave project RLMDL.