Best known as the compelling vocalist for Savages, Jehnny Beth is the performing name of French musician Camille Berthomier. She began making music after moving to London in 2006, when she formed the duo John & Jehn with her partner Johnny Hostile (aka Nicolas Congé). After releasing a pair of albums, in 2011 Beth and Hostile founded the Pop Noire label as a platform for their projects. These included Savages, which Beth formed with guitarist Gemma Thompson late in 2011. The band's critically acclaimed albums -- which included 2013's Silence Yourself and 2016's Adore Life -- made the most of Beth's commanding presence. Late in 2015, Beth and Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas released a cover of the Danish punk band Sort Sol's 1983 collaboration with Lydia Lunch, "Boy-Girl." ~ Heather Phares
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