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Sibuor (Sibuor, not Sibour) is an indie-singer-songwriter from Cape Town, South Africa. He's currently based in London. He produces indie-electro-pop songs and draws inspiration from artists such as Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, and Regina Spektor. His latest single, a piano ballad called Precious, was written for the South African LGBTQIA + community. The powerful song asks the listener to stop and think about what's precious to them in another person. Listen to Precious.

 

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Sibuor (Sibuor, not Sibour) is a gay indie-singer-songwriter from Cape Town, South Africa. He's currently based in London.

He produces indie-electro-pop songs and draws inspiration from artists such as Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, and Regina Spektor. His music pushes the boundaries of pop music and challenges listeners. He plays piano and sings and can play a little guitar. 

His latest single, a piano ballad called Precious, was written for the South African LGBTQIA + community. The powerful song asks the listener to stop and think about what's precious to them in another person. Listen to Precious.

His first album, Conversion Therapy, was completed in 2017, which he considers his 'coming out' album. His second album, Electronic Disturbances (2019), explores electronic music themes and resistance. 

He is currently working on his third album, Songlines, which he plans to release in 2021.

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Sibuor (Sibuor, not Sibour) is a gay indie-singer-songwriter from Cape Town, South Africa. He's currently based in London. 

He produces indie-electro-pop songs that incorporate African music styles and lyrics and draws inspiration from artists such as Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, and Regina Spektor. His music pushes the boundaries of pop music and challenges listeners. He plays piano and sings and can play a little guitar. 

His latest single, a piano ballad called Precious, was written for the South African LGBTQIA + community. The powerful song asks the listener to stop and think about what's precious to them in another person. Listen to Precious.

He plays piano and sings and can play a little guitar. His first album, Conversion Therapy (2017) is his 'coming out' album and celebrates being gay and committing to a music career. 

His second album, Electronic Disturbances including the b-sides (2019), explores electronic music and themes of resistance in art, relationships, and politics. He collaborated with gqom DJ Lo Saida on the track LOVE RISING, which they wrote in response to growing authoritarianism in the world.

His third album, Songlines (2021), draws inspiration from an Indigenous Australian concept called songlines. Their songs connect them to their histories and land and help them navigate their way across Australia. 

Songlines will explore his journies and touch upon moments of trauma and healing in his life.

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