From wall graffiti walls to acoustic and full band sets, Sunny Gray has left his fingerprints all over the streets of the city of London. His music depicts the ubiquitous conflict hidden under the asphalt skinned metropolis. The city is a world on its own, silent yet resonating, where waves of electronic sound are tamed by Sunny ’s warm and soulful voice. He describes it as “melantronic soul,” as it touches on soul, blues and electronic music best compared to the current sound of the Aussie Nick Murphy / Chet Faker, neo-blues & soul star Rag n’Bone Man, some Maggie Rogers and the debonaire vocal stylings of Panic! At the Disco December last year bore witness to his own unique version of “Teardrop” by trip-hop giants Massive Attack as a 20th Anniversary tribute to their Mezzanine album.