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Bio

Denai Moore is a singer whose love of Bon Iver, Fiest and James Blake led her to write the kind of soul searching, heart-on sleeve, poetic chamber pop that's been known to make grown men cry. A 19-year-old from Stratford, Denai's already flung bloggers into a frothy mouthed frenzy when her sparse and mournful track Flaws appeared online at the end of 2012. Since then, her silencing, stripped back stage show has had the likes of Plan B and Tom Odell hail her as one of the most exciting new songwriters, while Clare Maguire became so enamoured by Denai's music that she adopted her as a protégé. 

Denai's compulsion to write started at an early age. Surrounded by her father's instruments throughout her childhood, the Jamaican born, London bred singer started to secretly experiment with music aged 7, dabbling with the keyboard, piano, harmonica and melodica. But it wasn't until she picked up a guitar that she really started her compositional journey. Her earliest songs were so strange and troubled that nobody could believe someone was so young was capable of making sounds so profound, “Coming from a 12 year old it seemed a bit weird. The songs were really deep so they thought my dad was writing for me, but the ideas had just come from things I'd see around me, films and people," says Denai. 

Although her musical style is still in its formative stages, the triumphant catharsis of her songs are timeless and immediate; from the defiant stomp of Wolves, to the wounded abandon of Gone, Denai has mastered the art of pouring her soul into 4minutes of bitter-sweet beauty. Wherever the listener dips a toe, Saudade has the sound of a pounding heart captured in whatever stage of love its beating through; a deeply moving collection that should have been made by someone far older, far wiser, but all the more impressive that it's come from someone still so young.

   

   

PHOTOS

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NEWS

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Denai Moore gives a new song from her album Elsewhere

Denai Moore gives a new song from her album Elsewhere

Taken from Denai Moore first album due to release discover "Blame" now. Sweetness.

Denai Moore first album on April 6th

Denai Moore first album on April 6th

Denai Moore will release her first album on April 6th 2015. Disclosed by her beautiful EP "The Lake" released in 2013, "Elsewhere introduces you some new songs and some already known as "I Swore".

Denai Moore "Somehting Out There" for Le Bruit des Graviers

Denai Moore "Somehting Out There" for Le Bruit des Graviers

Denai Moore playing an acoustic version of"Something Out There" for Le Bruit des Graviers. From her EP "I Swore" available now.

Denai Moore "I Swore" New EP

Denai Moore "I Swore" New EP

Just right in time for the weekend: Denai Moore unveils his new EP "I Swore".

Denai Moore new track "I Swore"

Denai Moore new track "I Swore"

Denai Moore unvealed "I Swore" first song of her upcoming EP due to release on November 24th.

Denai Moore on SBTRKT's new album with "The Light"

Denai Moore on SBTRKT's new album with "The Light"

Denai Moore featured on SBTRKT' new album on "The Light". Listen below.

Denai Moore reveals "The Lake" video clip

Denai Moore reveals "The Lake" video clip

Denai Moore reveals "The Lake" his new video clip. His EP is available on iTunes here.

Debut EP from Denai Moore available now!

Debut EP from Denai Moore available now!

The debut ep from Denai Moore "Saudade" is out now!

New acoustic video from Denai Moore

New acoustic video from Denai Moore

A week after the launch of her debut video "Gone" last week, check out Denai Moore's new acoustic video "Part 4"

Welcome Denai Moore!

Welcome Denai Moore!

We are proud to announce our new signature from England "Denai Moore"