Jamie Lenman made his name as the singer, guitarist and songwriter in alt rock outfit Reuben, who toured and
released relentlessly during the 2000s as part of the so-called "British post-hardcore renaissance" along with bands like Hundred
Reasons, Biffy Clyro and Frank Turner's Million Dead.
After the band's dissolution in 2008, Lenman took a long break from music only to return in 2013 with the colossal double album
'Muscle Memory', combining elements of jazz, folk and thrash. Over the next ten years he continued to tour with various backing
bands and released a string of records via indie label Big Scary Monsters, including the acclaimed 'Devolver' in 2017 and career
highlight 'The Atheist' in 2022.
He continues to balance his musical efforts with his work as a journalist and illustrator for publications such as The Guardian,
Rocksound and Doctor Who Magazine. He lives in Surrey, UK.