Kieran Brunt is a singer, songwriter and producer based in London. A versatile musician working across a broad range of genres, he first discovered music through singing in choirs and operas as a schoolboy. After playing in bands and busking as a teenager, he went on to study music at St. John’s College, Cambridge, where he sang in the choir and wrote about Mozart, Benjamin Britten, The Magnetic Fields, Ariel Pink and Global Hip Hop.
Brunt has since become one of the most sought-after collaborators in his field, working recently with Terry Riley, Anna von Hausswolff, Mind Against, Michael Price, Luke Howard, The King’s Singers and Nils Frahm, who enlisted him to collaborate on the choral arrangements for his 2018 album All Melody.
In 2016 he formed the vocal group Shards for his first live collaborations with Frahm. The group have since joined the Erased Tapes label releasing their debut album of all-new compositions by Brunt in 2019. He also writes and performs in the electronic duo Strange Boy with composer and producer Matt Huxley.