Bryony Jarman-Pinto’s ‘Below Dawn’ Is Majestic

Her new album contains a familial warmth...

Bryony Jarman-Pinto has shared her new album ‘Below Dawn’ in full.

The jazz-leaning creator has become a mother, and this profound shift in her life has altered the way she approaches music. A cross-genre polymath, Bryony’s commitment to soulful expression lights up her catalogue with personal revelation.

‘Below Dawn’ is no exception. Constructed alongside Ben Lamdin – aka label-mate Nostalgia 77 – it’s a song cycle that deals with evolution and maturity, moving from full-on jazz workouts to something more introspection, and R&B inclined.

A record of real grace, ‘Below Dawn’ speaks of early mornings on her own, relocating a sense of self in the process. She comments…

“This album speaks about myself just before I gave birth and stepped into a new era so, the name reflects that underlying hidden catalyst…” 

Tune in now.

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