Bennett Bay

Bennett is a musician based in Singapore. Since the inception of his solo project mid-2015, he has been making his mark on the local arts scene. Following his debut performance at the Esplanade Concourse, Bennett has gone on to perform at the Red Dot Design
Museum, as part of their bi-yearly MAAD Sounds!, and SingJazz Club. Bennett was invited to perform at the first inaugural Neon Lights Festival, held at the Fort Canning Park, where he was one of four local music headliners (including Hanging Up The Moon, Lost
Weekend and Paint the sky Red) among an array of international acts which featured internationally acclaimed artists such as Damien Rice, Rachael Yamagata, Mogwai and more. Bennett released his debut single entitled ʻKomorebiʼ in April of 2016. Bennett is an endorsee of Maestro Guitars, a local brand of handcrafted guitars that is based in Singapore. He primarily plays a Flamed Maple Singa.

Bennett released his debut LP, entitled “Compass”, in January of 2017, the albumʼs release was accompanied by a launch show, where Bennett was joined by a 12- piece ensemble. “Compass” tells the story of a family whoʼs eldest child has gone missing, and follow this
childʼs progression into the wilderness as he/she decides whether to dwell in these uncharted lands, or to find his/her way back home.