Since forming Born Ina Barn the group have found a great foundation of support and seasoning for their unique style of music. Combining a plethora of different genres into instrumental hip hop-esque breaks complimenting the three MC’s who move between harmonic hooks, clever wordplay and rapid syllable flows.
In 2012 they released their debut LP Brick by brick, which has earned critical acclaim nationally and internationally. Due to the support received and the proceeds they are now working on a new LP set for release this year with back-to-back video and single releases in the pipeline too.
After three years on the festival and club circuit Born Ina Barn have performed in such venues/events as Hootannay’s (Brixton) The Underbelly (Hoxton) The Blind Tiger (Brighton) The Attic Bar, Mr Wolf’s (Bristol) The Soul Cellar, Talking Heads, The Joiners Arms (Southampton) Sixty Million Postcards (Bournemouth) Edge of the wedge, The Fat Fox (Southsea) Belushi’s, The Beach Bar (Newquay)
Bestival (Come Dancing, Main stage & Polka tent) Camp Bestival (Club Dada) Boomtown Fair (Hold it down and Poco Loco Stage) Isle of Wight Festival (Dance tent) Beach Break Festival (Chai Wallah stage) Aeon Festival and V-Dub Island (Main stage)
During this time among others they have supported the likes of The Fun loving Criminals, Aloe Blacc, Afrika Bambatta, Charle Chase & Whipper Whip (1976 Wildstyle) The Dub Pistols, Ugly Duckling, Giant Panda, Solo Banton, A-Skillz, Rob Da Bank.