Gin Wigmore’s new album is officially out today in the UK. ‘Blood To Bone’, Wigmore’s third studio long-player, was mixed by Mike Crossey at Livingston Studio 1 in Wood Green, London.
The 29-year-old New Zealand-born singer-songwriter (who now lives in Los Angeles) takes her trademark rock and blues sound, and this time around also explores elements of electronica as well as a heavier feel.
‘Blood To Bone’ was recorded in Los Angeles with various songwriters including Charlie Andrew (alt-J, Matt Corby and Laurel Collective), songwriter and producer Stuart Crichton and Swedish musician and producer Joakim Ahlund – who also worked with Chrissie Hynde on last year’s debut solo album ‘Stockholm’.
For Wigmore, it’s an album of many firsts – she steps behind the piano, stretches her voice into falsetto, manages all the backing vocals on the album and takes on the role of co-producer.