Speaker Profile

Mullally -

Job TitleArtist


Midem Artist Accelerator Finalist, presented by AMUSE.


Pop (UK)


“The new master of an edgy soulful sound.”


Pop-soul singer Mullally began his musical venture from the age of just 16, where he played the guitar, wrote and recorded music in a band with his 3 best friends before going solo at the age of 18.


Originally from sleepy Great Yarmouth he studied Artist Development at the prestigious Access to Music College, which is also the alma mater to stars including Rita Ora and Ed Sheeran. 


Mullally packed his bag at the age of 18 and set his sights at following his dream and moved to London and spent some time in LA to work with some of the most talented producers, songwriters and artist including Anne Marie, Rudimental, Fred Ball (Rihanna, Jay Z, Beyoncé), DarkChild (Michael

Jackson, Rihanna, Sam Smith), Danny Parker (Shawn Mendes, Nick Jonas), Jason Evigan (Maroon 5,Bebe Rexha) Cool & Dre (DJ Khaled, Beyoncé, Jay Z), Two Inch Punch (Sam Smith, Rag n Bone Man) Amy Wadge (Ed Sheeran), Jamie Scott (Justin Bieber, Rag N Bone Ma, Major Lazer)

Harmony Samuels (Ariana Grande, Chris Brown, Ella Mai), Eg White (Adele, Florence + Machine)

Now 21, as a songwriter and performer Mullally packs a soulful punch, utilising a range of modern production techniques to underpin his sing-along pop vocal arrangements that far belie his young years, painting vivid pictures in the minds of his listeners.

His music has been championed by tastemakers such as Radio 1 (Huw Stephens and Annie Mac), BBC 1Xtra (DJ Target), Austin Daboh (Spotify) George Ergatoudis (Apple Music) Wonderland, Fader, MTV,

Hilly Dilly, The 405, SBTV and more. 

Mullally has seen his stock rise on the live circuit thanks to sold out headline shows in both L.A. & London, festival performances & support slots for some of the UK's most revered artists including Jess Glynne, Anne-Marie, Rag n Bone Man, Clean Bandit and Sean Paul.





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