Inch Chua Yun Juan, stylized as iNCH, is a Singaporean singer-songwriter, musician, producer, actress and artist previously based in Los Angeles and New York. After rising to fame in Singapore's nascent indie scene as lead singer of the rock band Allura, Chua began to record on her own, blending acoustic folk with alternative rock, electronic music, jazz and pop influence. Inch Chua is backed live by her band, The Metric System.
|Chinese name:||蔡昀娟 (traditional)|
|Chinese name:||蔡昀娟 (simplified)|
|Pinyin:||cài yún juān (Mandarin)|
|Born:||Dec 22, 1988, Singapore|
|Occupation:||Singer-songwriter, Musician, Actress|
|Genre(s):||Acoustic, indie rock, folk, folktronica|
|Instrument(s):||Vocals, guitar, piano, synthesizer, keyboard, programming, bass guitar|
|Label(s):||House Of Riot!|
|Associated acts:||Auburn's Epiphany, Allura|
|Also known as:||iNCH|
|Twitter:||Inch Chua's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Inch Chua's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Inch Chua's Facebook profile|
|Spotify:||Inch Chua's Spotify|
|SoundCloud:||Inch Chua's SoundCloud|
|iTunes:||Inch Chua's iTunes|
About Inch Chua
Indie rock musician who is creator and host of Gear Gawk, a web series about musicians' gear.
She was bitten in the face by a dog when she was ten years old, and the scarring caused her to feel socially isolated.
She became famous in Singapore as part of the band Allure, before embarking on a solo career.
She was born Yun Juan and was given the nickname Inch when she was a child.
She and actor Aaron Aziz were born in Singapore.
Information related to Inch Chua
- Singaporean music
- Singaporean singer-songwriters
- Singaporean composers
- Singaporean musicians
- Singaporean female singers
- Singaporean people