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Charlie Cunningham has announced his return with the release of a brand new single 'Permanent Way' - the first new material from the British guitarist since the release of debut album Lines.

'Permanent Way' finds Charlie embellishing his sound with subtly arranged synths and an upbeat tempo, whilst still allowing enough space within the arrangement for his distinctive vocals to echo and captivate.

Charlie Cunningham released his debut album Linesin 2017 to widespread acclaim from both international listeners and critics. The album brought together his unique combination of deft nylon stringed guitar playing with dramatic dynamics, creating distinctive, spectral melodies.

A move to Seville to hone his guitar technique acted as a catalyst to Cunningham’s creativity. Taking the percussive and rhythmic qualities he developed there, he began to thread his individual approach together.

His songs have received airplay across BBC 6 Music and support from Huw Stephens and Phil Taggart at Radio 1,whilst on Spotifythe versatility of his songs have lead to millions of monthly plays.


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