Jabin Law’s performance reminds you of a sculptor, his works are crafted with details in their structure and expressions. His guitar plays the sound of solidarity of modern cities – where souls wander around to seek for stability. The further one goes, the more you realise we are all but lonely neighbours.
Jabin started participating in different live performances in 2012, and published his double disc demo album Day and Night in 2014. He was invited to be the opening act for Erlend Øye’s Hong Kong live in 2015. In 2016 he published his first self-funded folk album The Suns, with which not only written all songs, but also arranged, produced and mixed by himself. He was invited to participate in OzAsia Festival in Sept 2016.
Jabin focuses on melody and lyrics. You could tell his thoughts from his words, and surprised by his husky voice mixed with the tiniest taste of gentleness. You probably cannot help but to ask this slender guy, “How old is your soul?” once you see his live performance. He never talks much about his works, and if you ask for the stories behind his music, he would reply cunningly with a poker face.