Imagine the recipe for your favourite cake, but that cake is a musician. You mix the ingredients, bake it well, and make it look pretty. Serving powerful vocals, masterful lyrics and tasteful melodies is what Nuala does best.

Growing up in Earl Shilton, a small town in Leicestershire, a ten-year-old Nuala found a passion for songwriting & performing. She joined a rock covers band at thirteen before setting out on her path as a solo artist, playing as many local pubs and venues as she could.

She eventually moved to London and became a full-time busker, playing a slew of gigs around the city, booking festivals and supporting the likes of Newton Faulkner and Razorlight. Unbound by genre, Nuala stirs elements of Indie-pop, Reggae, and Soul into the mix. Looking up to artists like Bob Marley, Lily Allen, Fiona Apple, Nirvana, and equally influenced by the human experience, her music is an eclectic body of work that is honest, raw, and speaks to a diverse group of fans.

Her compelling sound has seen her gain support from the likes of Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio London, BBC Radio Leicester, the Evening Standard M-Magazine (PRS for Music) and many more.

On top of her songwriting talents it is on stage where Nuala comes alive - her authenticity is exuberant! Every set is a memorable one. If not for her talent, then it’s for being completely and obnoxiously herself. She’ll have you in tears one moment and in tears of laughter the next. Her voice demands your attention, her melodies, your interest; her lyrics, your heart. This is that recipe, Nuala is the special cake, and each song, a slice you wish would never end. Everything else is the cherry on top.