Benjamin Clementine

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There's no one quite like the strange, and wonderful, Benjamin Clementine. As a boy, the Londoner would bunk off school to seek sanctuary in the libraries of Edmonton, and then, as as a teenager, he moved to Paris, where he became homeless. But his performances led to him becoming something of a cult figure on the Parisian arts scene. There's a fascinating interview with him here.

His album I Tell A Fly is out now.

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"Where words fail, music speaks."
Hans Christian Andersen, Danish author, 1805-1875.

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KAOS said...

His story really resonates with me - I used to escape school (and family) bullying by hiding out in the library.

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