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Henry Jamison

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Vermont singer/songwriter Henry Jamison comes from an ancestry of writers and composers, making him a natural fit for the brand of thoughtful, literate indie folk he creates. Throughout the latter half of the 2010s, the New Englander delivered a succession of well-received singles and independent albums like 2017's The Wilds and 2019's Gloria Duplex. Taking a more collaborative approach, he began working with artists like Darlingside on 2020's "I Forget Myself" and Maisie Peters on 2022's "Make It Out." Growing up in Burlington, Jamison was surrounded by music from a young age. His father is a classical composer and one of his ancestors is the popular Civil War era songwriter George Frederick Root. After stints in college, folk choirs, and various bands, Jamison set about demoing a handful of solo songs on an old Korg 8-track recording his father gave to him. After a bit of polish, those demos became his debut EP, 2016's The Rains, a warm set that melded folk guitar, lyrical introspection, and understated electronic flourishes. Jamison returned in early 2017 with a pair of singles, offering a new original tune, "The Jacket," as well as his modern take on Gordon Lightfoot's "If You Could Read My Mind." In October of that year, he delivered his first full-length release, The Wilds, which was followed in early 2018 by The Wilds Quartets, an EP of three songs from that album arranged with a string quartet. Throughout the early part of 2019, Jamison issued a string of thoughtful singles like "Gloria" "Boys," both of which appeared on his sophomore album Gloria Duplex, later that year. Heading into the next decade, Jamison called on an array of collaborators from the folk and indie rock world to help with his next project. The result was 2020's Tourism, a five-song EP that featured contributions from artists like Darlingside, Joseph, and Fenne Lily. The collaborations continued, first with 2021's "To Ash" featuring Nico Muhly, and 2022's "Make It Out" with Maisie Peters.
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