Mehalah Ray’s natural performances and complex songwriting are capturing the imagination of BBC Introducing. With Radio 1, 6 Music and Glastonbury tipping the award-winning UK solo artist as one to watch.
Living in Leeds, Mehalah Ray is making her mark on the city’s vibrant music scene, recently supporting Tame Impala’s Cameron Avery at the legendary Brudenell Social Club. Her new EP 'Unforgivable' is out now, followed by a UK mini-tour Summer 2017.
Since starting out in Cambridge at the age of 14, Mehalah Ray has gone on to play major events, festivals and live sessions for BBC Introducing, Radio Leeds & Cambridgeshire, Burberry Acoustic, Cambridge Folk Festival, Secret Garden Party, NBC Universal and Thatcher’s Haze Sessions.
Mehalah’s playfully cryptic lyrics invite you to form your own unique relationship with her songs, earning her successive NMG Award wins for Best Solo Artist 18 and under.
Thanks to the Rhino Sessions for having me play their stage at Salemango Festival!! A day full of amazing musicians… https://t.co/wRvoESx6Ef
Mehalah Ray has featured on UK national and local radio including BBC Radio 1, Radio 2, BBC 6 Music and BBC Introducing
Live radio performances and interviews include BBC Introducing Cambridgeshire with Tom Simkins, BBC Introducing WY with Alan Raw, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire with Nick Carter and Sue Dougan and Dotty McLeod.