Gin Wigmore

Award winning NZ artist Gin Wigmore first caught the world’s attention with her 2009 debut ‘Holy Smoke’ and the critically acclaimed blues-inspired follow up in 2011 titled, ‘Gravel & Wine’.

‘Blood To Bone’ finds the 28-year-old evolving from her roots to create an album loaded with diverse intent and assertion of her new found stride as a musician. For her, it’s an album of many firsts – she sits behind the piano, stretches her voice into falsetto, manages all backing vocals on the album and steps into the role of co-producer. The end result is her most powerful release to date.

Diving into a variety of unchartered musical avenues with her new album, first single ‘New Rush’, charges like a bull out of the gate, with its thunderous beats and Wigmore’s distinctive vocals.‘New Rush’ was co-written with Charlie Andrews (Alt J & Laurel Collective) and recorded in Los Angeles and is available now on all digital partners.

‘Blood To Bone’ was primarily recorded in Los Angeles, Gin’s new hometown, with various songwriters including Swedish musician and producer Joakim Ahlund and internationally renowned Native Tongue songwriter and producer Stuart Crichton, who also co-produced the album.

‘Blood To Bone’ is out now.


Gin Wigmore releases new single and announces collaborative project

▼ Click read story

Gin Wigmore releases new single Dirty Mercy

▼ Click read story

Marlon Williams, Trinity Roots and Gin Wigmore win at NZ Music Awards

▼ Click read story

Marlon Williams, Trinity Roots, Sola Rosa, Shapeshifter and Gin Wigmore score NZ Music Award nominations

▼ Click read story

Gin Wigmore debuts at #13 on ARIA Albums Chart

▼ Click read story