Be prepared to be wooed by wordplay and style. Say hello to our first February support slot, URIAH.
URIAH is a Filipino-American singer, songwriter, rapper, and spoken word artist. He was born in Angeles City, Philippines and grew up in between The Philippines, Texas, and Japan. In 2004 URIAH performed as the lead singer and writer for a band called Selah in his hometown of Olongapo City, Philippines. That same year Selah released a self-titled EP with two notable singles, "Consuming Fire", and "77 x 7". After the band parted ways, URIAH continued to write and performed at small spoken word venues. Later, in 2011, with the help of sound engineer Hiroshi "Oichang" Oyama, he began an artistic solo venture in Okinawa, Japan.
URIAH has released three (solo) albums; The Stars and Their Places (2011), and Sound of Light (2012), and Morals of a Mortal (2016). The follow up to Morals, tentatively titled WANDERLOVE is currently slated for a late 2017 release. Currently, URIAH resides in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England.
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