Murmurs of Earth are Richard Sinclair & Geoff Pinckney.
Richard has been writing and recording music since the early 1980s: as a founding member of popular London electronic band Coffee in Zurich from 1981 until 1989; a member of Almost... from 1990 until 1999 and as a solo artist since 2003.
Richard released two solo albums 'Indubitably...' in 2009 and 'The Art of The Possible'' in 2011.
Richard was inspired to take a new direction after talking to electronic music pioneer John Foxx in 2011 and rather than set up and work with a formal band structure, Richard has been working in collaboration with a collection of musicians, vocalists and creatives.
Richard teamed up with Geoff Pinckney in 2015.
Geoff formed Glasshouse in 1989 and successfully supported Gary Numan on two tours in 1991 and 1992, where coincidently Richard was in the audience for the London shows. Glasshouse disbanded in 1996 after which Geoff went on to form The Nine and released two albums, ‘Native Anger’ in 1997 and ‘Dreamland’ in 2000 as well as various singles on the US underground label A Different Drum.
Between 2006 and 2011 , Geoff played live keyboards and sang backing vocals for Bristol based band Mesh, playing all over Europe and the US and in 2007, he formed Tenek, with his old friend and previous band member, Peter Steer. After releasing three albums 'Stateless' in 2009, 'On The Wire' in 2010 & 'Smoke & Mirrors' in 2015, Tenek went on an extended hiatus after celebrating their 10 year anniversary in 2017 to allow the band members to concentrate on other musical projects.
Murmurs of Earth's debut single Take It All was released in July 2016.