MOBO unsung finalist, Mullally, announces his new single ‘She Don’t Know Me’. This high impact soulful offering demonstrates the 21-year-old rising star’s ability to use his strident raw vocal tone as its own powerful instrument over a dynamic sombre instrumental created by the exceptionally talented Jay Mooncie and Blair MacKichan.
Mullally had to say about the track;
“The meaning behind the song is the slight acknowledgment of someone’s presence but the total dismissal of their importance. It’s about having someone in your life that champions all others. It’s the energy, the connection and the relationship dynamism that plays between these 3 people. It’s saying that no one really compares”
Norfolk hailed Mullally kicked-started his musical career by playing bass in a reggae/ska/punk cover 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 – collating over 6 million streams from the three tracks he has released to date; winning best solo male at the Unsigned Music Awards; making the final of the Unsung talent awards at the MOBO; and earning eclectic support from the like of Huw Stephens, DJ Target and MTV.
This year alone has seen Mullally play some of the county’s leading stages including Glastonbury, BBC Radio 1 Big Weekender, Reading/Leeds and Lovebox, with more live dates to be announced.