Biografie

Andreya Triana is an experimental singer-songwriter, originally from London, and currently based in Brighton. Triana’s debut single Lost Where I Belong, taken from the album of the same name, was released on 6 April 2010 on Ninja Tune. The album was produced by Simon Green of Bonobo, and was released on the 23rd of August 2010.

Triana grew up in a multicultural atmosphere, and began singing at age seven, influenced by the sights and sounds of inner-city London. Her early passion for music would see her locked in her bedroom for hours on end writing poetry, making homemade mix tapes and recording tracks - utilising two battered cassette decks to record harmonies. She moved to Worcester in her teens, and at age 17 started performing at an open-mic night, through which she met Bootis, a local musical collective, who formed the benchmark for her subsequent musical education. Triana has contributed her vocal talents to tracks such as Tea Leaf Dancers by Flying Lotus, Hold On by Mr Scruff, and several tracks on Black Sands, the latest album from fellow Ninja Tune artist Bonobo. In 2009, Triana performed at Glastonbury festival on the BBC Introducing stage.

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