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Jinnwoo (UK)

The Brighton-based singer-songwriter & visual artist Jnnwoo’s critically-acclaimed debut single "Your Baby" and some following amazing tracks resulted him to be named by the Independent ‘Faces to Watch 2015’.


After his debut EP was out, he got a lot supporting invitations,such as Alt-J,Ghostpoet,Lucy Rose.Origined from a painter and photography,Jinnwoo is making his perfect changing into an artist on music.He said he just wanted to make an album that was interesting to him." 


As a totally unknown artist Jinnwoo found most of collaborators online - such as Malcolm Middleton and Alasdair Roberts - and emailed them demos with all of them agreeing immediately to work with this strange and exceptional new talent. Others were met on the live circuit such as Kyla La Grange, "she invited me to sing on her record 


His single 'My Baby' was selected by NME & Q Magazine in May and June as the track of the week respectively in 2006.

Press Quotes

“Share the awards with Massie Williams, Colin Morgan,Eliza Roberson and other new upcoming big names “The Independent's Top 10 Artists in 2015” – (Independent UK)


“confessional folk” - (The Guardian) 


 “He seems driven to get his message across and whilst there's a certain beauty about the pain through which he sings, his music is definitely an acquired taste.” – (Female First)


“Jinnwoo’s ardent vocals convey a modern-day high-lonesomeness.” – (folkradio UK)


 “The future for Brighton.”  – (Spindle Magazine)


 “The folk themed acoustic chords really plug away at the tender sides of melodic and harmonious music.”  – (Floatation Suite)


 “Stark, spectral, folk infused songwriting.”  – (Clash Music UK)


 “Jinnwoo's gothic folk-croak is a confessional reel unspooling from his innards, a tale of circling doom. The kind of music you hear on TV and know a dead kid is gonna pop up at some point. Not guaranteed to get the party started.”  – (The Guardian)

 “A rising talent in the folk world, Jinnwoo has been setting hearts ablaze with his off-kilter guitarisms and distinct, emotive vocals.” - (The Line of Best Fit )



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