The Lesson

戏剧盒 Drama Box presents "The Lesson", an interactive experience that questions about what forces are at work in shaping our space, and whether there is enough space for shared heterotopias. With a number dates spanned across various locations in the next month, iNCH will be part of the production  on the 12th July (Mandarin) and the 20th July (English), 8pm at Toa Payoh and Hougang respectively. 

The Lesson was first performed at the Singapore International Festival of Arts 2015 to great acclaim. Together as part of the trilogy of It Won’t Be Too Long, the participatory performance was lauded by local media as one of 2015’s productions of the year. Drama Box has since adapted the piece and brought it to Taiwan in December 2016 and the International Community Arts Festival in Rotterdam in March 2017.

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New Music: Discovery Channel Documentary, UNSUNG

Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific presents JumpCut Asia - a series of eight unique films by our region's up-and-coming independent filmmakers. A punk rocker with a weapon of peace and a blues guitarist singing for his second chance. Soundtrack by Inch Chua.

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WATCH Brand New Music Video for “Simple Kind Of Life”

Indie pop darling and singer-songwriter, iNCH, is back with a brand new music video for her latest single ‘Simple Kind Of Life’ off her widely popular island-inspired Letters To Ubin EP!

Directed by Gerard Lopez and shot in Manila the music video features a deskbound iNCH dreaming of a simpler life whilst a robot attempts to win her over with several romantic gestures that all ultimately fail. Despite its title, Simple Kind Of Life is a layered, funk-pop track that dares you to sit still while the popping bass lines and bouncy beats take over the tune. 

“While living in Pulau Ubin, I found that the toughest part wasn’t adapting to provincial life. It was getting the urban life to leave me alone. This song pretty much was birthed craving for a simple kind of life.” - iNCH

Released in 2015, Letters To Ubin saw iNCH musing on city life and the countryside, deflecting back and forth between the mechanical and analog worlds. The seven tracks in the EP take listeners on a journey through the island, evoking its drowsy idleness and quirky residents, marked with the artist’s own reflections of a simpler life. 

Since the release of Letters To Ubin, iNCH has also been dabbling in theatre work, keeping herself busy with projects such as Detention Katong and the Pangdemonium production Tango. Most recently, she had also been involved in penning music for a mini-documentary for The Discovery Channel. 

Coming up, iNCH and her band will be taking to stage again for an epic show at Shine Festival 2017 this July! There will also be an exciting new release on the horizon in the later half of the year – more details to follow!

Mousedeer Lyric Video Released

#LettersToUbin was written during iNCH's 4-month stint as Artist in Residence on the rustic Ubin Island. During her precious time there, she found her spirit animal, the mouse deer — endangered, private and mysterious, yet when revealed is honest and vulnerable — a contradiction of meekness and artfulness. Brilliantly animated by the most amazing Annie Hung, check out this lyric video for first single #mousedeer, an adventure of iNCH exploring Ubin with her late #mrricky.

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'Mousedeer' Official Lyric Video by iNCH
Written & Composed by Inch Chua
Produced by Evan 'Evanturetime' Low
Illustrated & Animated by Annie Hung

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Marry Me - St. Vincent Cover - iNCH & Kindakid

Marry Me - St. Vincent Cover - iNCH & Kindakid

About a year ago, Kindakid and i collaborated on a track. Here's a St. Vincent Cover. Things got pretty crazy and we never really got to release it. Thank you Benjamin Ong for shooting this, as well as Jacky Lee for the space. :) #marryme #musicmonday

Posted by Inch on Sunday, 31 January 2016

Catch The Naked & Famous & iNCH At Bliss Out Singapore.

New Zealand indie-electronic act The Naked and Famous, will be headlining yoga and lifestyle festival Bliss-Out 2015, which promises a day of an enriching and immersive experience far away from the usual outdoor music festival. The band will be joined by Singaporean singer-songwriter Inch, who rounds up the concise two-act lineup the festival offers, along with an array of yoga-related activities. The festival will be happening on December 12.

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Photo by Utek Leong

Photo by Utek Leong

Excited to share that Letters to Ubin is now available for pre-order on iTunes!

Letters to Ubin follows her sophomore full-length album Bumfuzzle, which was released in 2013; and sees a departure from the whopping drum and aggressive guitar sounds that have become synonymous with her sound. Instead, the record features playful electronic beats juxtaposed with the analog charm of a typewriter’s clacking and animal sounds - samples from iNCH’s day-to-day life on Ubin – all tied together by her iridescent vocals.  The seven tracks take listeners on a journey through the island, evoking its drowsy idleness and quirky residents, marked with the artist’s own reflections of a simpler life.

Letters to Ubin is available for pre-order on iTunes from 6 November onwards.


Singaporean singer-songwriter and indie-pop darling iNCH is set to drops the first Single off her new EP, Letters to Ubin, exclusively on Spotify on 26 October (available on iTunes and other digital platforms from  30 October). Follow iNCH on Spotify for the instant update.

Mousedeer is the first song of this 7-track EP that was written during a 4-month stint as Artist in Residence on the rustic Ubin Island in Singapore.



Singapore's beloved indie-pop princess Inch Chua, who now goes by the mononym moniker iNCH, is launching her new record Letters to Ubin at the Aliwal Arts Centre on November 26 at 8pm. 

In her upcoming release, Chua canters back to find her roots in nature, drawing ideas from the raw appeal of the offshore island of Pulau Ubin in a four-month stay as part of a joint project with The Artists Village & National Arts Council.

The new EP finds her reflecting on the juxtaposition between city life and the countryside, deflecting back and forth between the mechanical and analog worlds. 

iNCH beckons listeners to join her on an aural trek across the island, harkening them to consider this: Come, take a pause, and contemplate fruitful idleness — a concept that is a rare commodity in the Singaporean economy of life. 

iNCH – Letters to Ubin EP Launch (feat. opening act Tim De Cotta & The Warriors)

Date: Thurs, 26 Nov
Time: 8 pm
Venue: Aliwal Arts Centre
Cost: $20 Online, $25 Door

The show will also feature Tim De Cotta & The Warriors. Tickets are priced at $20 via Peatix and $25 at the door.