Born in Great Yarmouth, Mullally began his career in music at the age of 16, where he played the guitar in a band with his three best friends. Two years later, he went solo and even studied Artist Development at the prestigious Access to Music College.

Inspired by the likes of Paolo Nutini and Amy Winehouse, his pop-soul style of singing has led his first three releases, 'Overdose', 'Troubled Love' and 'Wonderful' to amass over six million streams on Spotify.

Not only has Mullally played some of the UK's biggest festivals, including Latitude and Reading & Leeds Festival, but he has seen huge support from The MOBO Awards, having been announced as one of the top three finalists of the MOBO Unsung Competition, and has even gone on to support some of the UK's most iconic stars, including Jess Glynne and Clean Bandit.

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