Owen Tromans

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Owen Tromans
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Background information
Birth nameOwen Tromans
BornWest Midlands, England
Occupation(s)singer, songwriter
Instrumentsvocals, guitar
Years active1996-present

Owen Tromans is a musician based in the United Kingdom. He played with the group San Lorenzo and now records under his own name. Tromans has recorded several albums and two EPs since 2001.

Tromans plays in the improv guitar duo Delphic Vapours with author and musician Seb Hunter and has collaborated with Savaging Spires to release music under the name Candles.[1][2]


  • Box of Tapes (Sacred Geometry, 2001)
  • From a Lost Library (Sacred Geometry, 2003)
  • Place (Bearos, 2004)
  • Your Heart Is Not Broken EP (Keep Recordings, 2005)
  • Hope Is a Magnet (Sacred Geometry, 2008)
  • The Fall of Acre (Sacred Geometry, 2009) - released under the name Owen Tromans and the Elders
  • Eternal Western Youthdream: 2001-2011 (Critical Heights, 2011) - a remastered collection of old tracks and two new songs.
  • For Haden EP (Sacred Geometry, 2013)
  • Golden Margins (Sacred Geometry, 2014)

Tromans contributed to an album of James Joyce poetry set to music entitled Chamber Music which was released on Fire Records in 2008.[3]

He contributed to the 6th issue of Esopus Magazine's CD Series.[4]

In April 2011 Tromans released a split single with Wooden Wand on the English label Critical Heights.[5]


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