Camille Berthomier, known professionally as Jehnny Beth, is a French musician, singer-songwriter and actress best known as half of a French lo-fi duo John & Jehn and front woman of the English rock band Savages.
|Birth name:||Camille Berthomier|
|Also known as:||Camille Berthomier de Poitiers, Camouille Berthomouille|
|Born:||December 24, 1984, Poitiers, France|
|Genres:||Post-punk, noise rock, indie rock|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, singer-songwriter, actress|
|Instruments:||Vocals, guitar, keyboards|
|Labels:||Pop Noire, Matador|
|Associated acts:||Savages, John & Jehn|
|IMDb:||Jehnny Beth's IMDb|
About Jehnny Beth
French indie rock singer first known as a member of the duo John & Jehn. She would go on to front the English outfit Savages in 2011 and co-found Pop Noire records.
John & Jehn was formed in 2006 and the couple wrote their first song titled "20 L 07." They would release their debut self-titled album in 2008.
Her band Savages is known for popular albums like Silence Yourself and Adore Life, both of which charted in the top 40 on the UK charts after their release.
Her real name is Camille Berthomier. She has had a long-running relationship with collaborator Nicolas Congé, better known as Johnny Hostile.
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