Mullally has dropped his new single Sweet Coffee featuring London singer Bassette.
The 21-year-old has teamed up with producer P2J (Stormzy, Lily Allen, Yungen) for the track, which showcases his powerful and soulful vocal. Sweet Coffee blends Mullally’s inspirations from R&B, Pop and Soul.
Mullally says: “Sweet Coffee for me is exploring all the avenues of the analogy of someone being your ‘Sweet Coffee’. How someone can wake you up and keep you awake and excited all day. It’s referencing the addiction of new love and needing to go back to the same person every morning, every day, so that your ‘sweet coffee’ can wake you up. It’s youthful, it’s happy; it’s about young new love”
Originally from Garleston in Norfolk, Mullally moved to London and stepped into a recording studio for the first time 3 years ago. He’s been the frontman in a reggae/ska/punk band and by the time he turned 18 he’d played over 600 shows.
A graduate of Access to Music College, Mullally has picked up more than 9 million streams from the four tracks he’s released to date. He also won best solo male at the Unsigned Music Awards.
Over his career so far Mullally has performed at Glastonbury, Lovebox and Reading/Leeds. He’s also supported the likes of Anne-Marie, Jess Glynne, RAYE and Clean Bandit.