Bruno Major is a classic singer/songwriter with a modern electro-pop production.
Now based in Camden, in a flat he shares with his brother Dot (one-third of London Grammar), Major studied classical guitar and was a session guitarist by the age of 16.
His first release was the Live EP in 2014, but he didn't gain any major acknowledgement until 2016, when he began to release one song a month, every month, for the entire year. This prolific output accompanied digital singles and regular live shows throughout London, and eventually continued into 2017.
After gaining popularity, Major was finally able to release a full length album, 'A Song For Every Moon', in 2017. The project was a 12-track collection made up of songs written, recorded and released each month throughout the year.
In 2018, Major will tour North America (lots of dates of which have already sold out), Europe and the UK including a stint at London's Village Underground on May 9. Major has announced a winter London show for December. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.