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Fink

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Born in St. Ives, Cornwall in 1972 but raised around Bristol’s bustling live music scene, Fin “Fink” Greenall first cut his teeth as a DJ and producer before making a name for himself as a singer-songwriter. Inking a deal with dance music label Kickin Records in 1994 while at university, he teamed up with Hefner for the downtempo album Extra Vehicular Activity, later signing to independent label Ninja Tune in 1997 for an initial run of eclectic electronic projects spanning jungle, breaks and trip hop. It would not be until 2006 that he released his debut vocal album, Biscuits for Breakfast, which drew on influences from folk and blues and signalled a drastic departure from his earlier work. Three more LPs on Ninja Tune followed, as did an eclectic range of high-profile collaborations including BMI Award-winning contributions to John Legend’s 2008 album Evolver, two features for chart-topping rapper Professor Green, and the Amy Winehouse demo “Half Time”, co-written by Fink at the turn of the millennium but released in 2011 following Winehouse's death. In 2014, Greenall founded his own Ninja Tune imprint, R’COUP’D, which has since housed all of his own new releases as well as music by other artists. The same year, following the success of the single “Looking Too Closely”, his album Hard Believer entered the Billboard Heatseekers Chart at number thirty, also charting in the Netherlands at number eight. Greenall has since gone on to work closely with producer Flood, with whom he released three albums in three years: Fink’s Sunday Night Blues Club (2017), Resurgam (2017) and Bloom Innocent (2019).