Raised in Cumbria and now based in London, Bryony Jarman-Pinto is an expressive and adventurous singer-songwriter, combining harmonious vocals and mesmerising jazz-fused melodies with personal and complex lyrics. 

With both of her parents as musicians, Bryony grew up surrounded by the art form, attending singing workshops with her mum from a very young age. Taking inspiration from the jazz vocalists and jam musicians she used to fall asleep listening to as a child, there is a jazz core at the heart of her music.

Exploring a crossover of genres as she develops her style as an artist, Bryony Jarman-Pinto finds herself increasingly working with the jazz and Folk influences of her youth, for a sound that is truly her own.

Bryony is writing her second studio album, produced by Ben Lambdin (Nostalgia 77).

Her debut album ‘Cage & Aviary’ is out now, written over the course of three years, the album ties personal reflection to wider social issues, giving an intimate insight in to what it means to come of age in today’s world. Sophisticated songwriting is brought to life with Bryony’s harmonious vocals, layered with jazz, soul and elements of folk, creating a melodic sound that has charmed major tastemakers, including Gilles Peterson (BBC 6Music), Lauren Laverne (BBC 6Music), Jamz Supernova (BBC 1Xtra), Laurent Garnier (Worldwide FM), Robert Elms (BBC Radio London), John Kennedy (Radio X) and Jeremy Sole (KCRW); receiving praise from publications including Clash and DUMMY




Bryony Jarman-Pinto sings on a purple washed stage. Her hair is tied back and she is wearing a striped top and jeans. She is holding a mic to her mouth
Bryony Jarman-Pinto smiles on a busy stage washed in red light. She has a sign saying 'Ghost Notes' behind her and is playing a percussion instrument.