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Mullally has sold out shows from London to L.A, supported Annie Marie, Jess Glynne, Akala, Raye, Rag ’n’ Bone Man and Clean Bandit. Not to mention accumulating millions of streams since his debut in 2016, picking up the Best Solo Male prize at the Unsigned Music Awards and performing at countless festivals including Radio 1’s Big Weekend. He started out in the same place as Ed Sheeran and Rita Ora at Access to Music College and has since been making an impact on the music industry, his breakthrough track ‘Wonderful’ launched him into success amassing over 4 million plays in a matter of months and his new track ‘Lonely Too Long’ is building fast due to its funk-filled production and important discussion around loneliness. It's a soulful track that captures the sadness of being lonely and the joy of falling in love all in one, with Wonderland describing it as an “instant melodic hit which also opens up a much-needed conversation on mental health and loneliness at a particularly apt time”. He has begun working with The Marmalade Trust to spread awareness around loneliness during these harrowing times and I think it would be amazing to discuss how he finds solace in music and how it can temporarily heal the feeling of loneliness, and his efforts to provide hope to people who are feeling this way. ‘Lonely Too Long’ Souncloud