New Zealand singer, songwriter, and composer Grayson Gilmour has an atmospheric sound that straddles the line between synth-based electronica and delicately rendered Baroque pop.
A native of Wellington, New Zealand, Gilmour first began producing his own music in his teens. By age 20, he had formed the dancey, neo-post-punk outfit So So Modern, with which he toured for several years and released a handful of well-received albums. Also during this period, he branched out into film composing. In 2010, he released his debut full-length album, No Constellation. He followed that with a bevy of singles before delivering his sophomore effort, 2014's Infinite Life! In 2017, Gilmour returned with his third studio album, Otherness, featuring the singles "Hundred Waters" and "Blow Back." ~ Matt Collar