Singapore's beloved indie-pop princess Inch Chua, who now goes by the mononym moniker iNCH, is launching her new record Letters to Ubin at the Aliwal Arts Centre on November 26 at 8pm.
In her upcoming release, Chua canters back to find her roots in nature, drawing ideas from the raw appeal of the offshore island of Pulau Ubin in a four-month stay as part of a joint project with The Artists Village & National Arts Council.
The new EP finds her reflecting on the juxtaposition between city life and the countryside, deflecting back and forth between the mechanical and analog worlds.
iNCH beckons listeners to join her on an aural trek across the island, harkening them to consider this: Come, take a pause, and contemplate fruitful idleness — a concept that is a rare commodity in the Singaporean economy of life.
Read our exclusive Bandwagon interview with iNCH here.
iNCH covers Elliot Smith in her Ubin home
Date: Thurs, 26 Nov
Time: 8 pm
Venue: Aliwal Arts Centre
Cost: $20 Online, $25 Door