With elements of lo-fi R&B packed with his soulful vocals, the Norfolk based singer explores the universal themes of love and loneliness within the sphere of relationships. Featuring upbeat piano chords, a simple yet groovy bassline and Mullally’s smooth layered harmonies, he is an example of artists who make music with a purpose and an uplifting message.
First entering the scene in 2016 Mullally has grown to be known for his honest lyricism that enables him to deeply connect with his listeners as well as his powerful vocal ability. Speaking more on the track Mullally shares: “I wanted to capture the sadness of being lonely and the joy of finding someone, all in the same track. This track is really close to my heart because even though it’s written about a very particular point in my life, it manages to pop back up and be relevant over and over again as life continues. I wrote this almost 3 years ago with Eg White and Jon Green, two amazing musicians, so I’m thrilled that I can finally share this song. I'm also excited to be working with Marmalade Trust to bring awareness around loneliness in the UK”.
For Mullally this message extends beyond his music and is working with The Marmalade Trust to raise awareness around loneliness especially during this sensitive time. With headlined festival performances and sold out shows in L.A and London already under his belt, we are excited to see what comes next from the Norfolk singer.
Stream 'Lonely Too Long' below: