Earning comparisons to King Krule and Jamie T, Only Real has a scrappy delivery, part pop sensibilities and part rugged backchat.
From West London, Niall Galvin demanded attention with his debut EP, Days In The City, a DIY effort that creaked with lo-fi production but stung with sharp lyrics, immediate delivery, and oil slick guitar lines.
Releasing his debut album Jerk At The End Of The Line this spring, if last year’s single Yesterdays is anything to go by it’ll mix his heavy London accent with a gloss of studio polish that steals inside your senses and is destined to propel this young star even higher.
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