British neo-soul vocalist Mullally today unveils his new track Vows, released through Atlantic Records, now available across all DSPs. Listen below.
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Vows is another demonstration of the 21- year old’s powerful vocal delivery, partnered with the electric production of Courage (the talent behind Ray Blk’sacclaimed track My Hood). The pair join forces to create a soul ballad filled with sultry sentiment and topped with a delicate pop twist.
Mullally says: “Vows is a statement. It’s a way of expressing how much you want to commit to someone, even if you’re in a position that means it might be harder for you to do so. It’s quite an intense song, with a mature message so I wanted to bring the production slightly more current. Courage is an amazing producer and really matched the tone of the record.”
Mullally has combined talent, hustle and a relentless work ethic to achieve great things. He kick-started his musical career by being the frontman and playing bass in a reggae/ska/punk band, which was successful enough to see him play over 40 festivals in a single summer at the age of only 16, leading to over 600 shows by the time he was 18.
After graduating from Access to Music College, who’s alumni include Ed Sheeran and Rita Ora, Mullally’s solo career catapulted to an immediate high, winning best solo male at the Unsigned Music Awards, making the final of the Unsung talent awards at the MOBO and earning coveted radio support from the likes of Annie Mac, Huw Stephens and DJ Target.
The soul crooner has truly hit the ground running having already taken to some of the country’s most iconic festival stages including Glastonbury, Lovebox and Reading/Leeds, while generating huge buzz on tour slots for chart-leading acts like Anne-Marie, Jess Glynne, RAYE and Clean Bandit.