Remayn is an emerging indie-folk singer/songwriter from Eastbourne, England. He began writing music at the age of 26 as a way of processing grief after several personal tragedies. In April 2016 he released his first EP, 21276, named after the ages he was at the time of those tragedies. Described as ‘unapologetically macabre’ and ‘brutally honest’, the 5-track EP dealt with themes of loss, absence, confusion and sorrow.
Remayn played several gigs around the local area and built up a small following. He spent the next two years writing, composing and recording his debut album ‘Pressure’, which was released in February 2018. The album received several critically acclaimed reviews, including a 'Top Album' of the year from Divide and Conquer Music, and Number 3 on reviewer Mike Antonich's favourite albums of 2018.
Further singles followed the release of Pressure, including July, The Arcade, and his most successful song to date, Burn, which has received airplay on BBC Introducing and over 10,000 streams on Spotify. Golden Hour was released next, which also received BBC airplay.
Remayn’s latest release is Coffee & Prozac, which is an intimate, acoustic ballad about personal struggles which everyone can relate to. It’s melancholic yet also uplifting, with a glimmer of hope in the soothing vocal and luscious mesh of warm guitar and bass.
A 4 track EP is currently being finalised with a view to recording in November 2020.
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