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Hinako Omori (EU TOUR)

Hinako Omori is a Yokohama, Japan born but London, UK based singer and composer. Her music is labeled as Ambient, Avant-garde and Minimalism. She started playing piano at age five and finished top class all through school before earning her masters in Science of Music and Sound Recording. While in school Hinako worked as a session musician for artists such as James Bay, Ed O’Brien, Kae Tempest and KT Tunstall along with an admin job at a record company and artist relations at Novation.

After releasing her first solo single Voyage in may of 2019 she released her first EP Auraelia in the end of the same year.  Omori took inspiration from the Japanese concept of shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing”, recording environmental sounds in the woodlands around her home & studio to incorporate with binaural sounds to create an immersive auditory environment for her set at WOMAD at home in 2020. That performance helped propel Omori into the spotlight as a solo artist and would be expanded in her debut full-length album, A journey…, released by Houndstooth in 2022.

If you’re into experimental music, be sure to catch Hinako Omori’s tour that’s on it’s way right now. see the dates and where to get your tickets below.

stillness, softness… uk / eu tour

24 November 23 – Teatro Principal, Ourense – Spain
25 November 23 – L’archipel, Paris – France

29 November 23 – Alphabet, Brighton – United Kingdom – tickets
30 November 23 – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds – United Kingdom –  tickets
01 December 23 – The Deaf Institute, Manchester – United Kingdom –  tickets
02 December 23 – ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), London – United Kingdom –  tickets
04 December 23 – Zonzij, Amsterdam – The Netherlands tickets
06 December 23 – Xenon (Huset), Copenhagen – Denmark – tickets
07 December 23 – Volksbühne (Roter salon), Berlin – Germany – tickets
09 December 23 – Botanique (Grand salon), Brussels – Belgium – tickets

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