From the Land of Lord of the Rings..;)After a show in Hamburg in 2009, Jordan was asked by two young fans where she was from. On answering that she was from New Zealand, one of the boys looks confused. The other, seeing his companions confusion, nudged him in the ribs, saying,
"New Zealand! That's where the hobbits are from, idiot. She's from Lord of the Rings!"
Having also sung on the scene for Theodreds funeral in Lord of the Rings (which sadly remains in the editing room floor) these two boys were none the less the reason that Jordan's biography can start as it does...
Hailing from the land of Lord of the Rings, Jordan Reyne's sound is a blend of celtic / pagan vocals, and factory sound rhythms. Jordan is arguably most well known for her vocal contribution to Resident Evil 7, Her own music is described by the BBC (UK) as "simply stunning." The New Zealand born musician blends the magical with the dark, the frightening with the beautiful. Imagine Sinead O'connor meets the Wickerman... at least, for some albums! With 12 internationally reviewed albums to her credit, Reyne's style is actually hard to pin down. Passenger and The Annihilation Sequence are electronic albums, The Ironman is grunge rock. The rest span folk-rock, avant-garde and celtic. Reviewers have this to say.
"one of the most extraordinarily fascinating live shows I have ever seen on stage... one of the best – if not the best – folk performers out there today... she’s spellbinding". Cat on the Wall, at Whitby Goth Weekend (UK)
"[A] remarkable talent.. in a category all of her own. She's a force of nature" Prog Magazine (UK)