Sunny Reyne


Sat 3rd 16:50 - 17:50

The Barn

Infusing a blend of neo-soul and alt-jazz influences, Melbourne singer Sunny Reyne’s warm, lush vocals inspire a distinctive and calming energy, emphasising the subtleties and nuances of groove and synth-laden beats.

Written in collaboration with producer Lewis Moody (Cherise, 30/70), her debut album 'I've Been Sleeping Too Long' released in 2023, marking a period of Sunny uncovering deeper and more nuanced understandings within her songwriting. Developing upon the minimalistic, rhythmic vocal lines and understated instrumentation from her 2022 debut EP 'Right Now', the album is a love-letter to the soul, jazz, RnB and alt-rock she grew up on, whilst also integrating contemporary influence from the likes of Brittany Howard and Lianne La Havas.

Her music has found widespread support via Australia's community radio stations, including PBS and Triple R, whilst also turning heads in the UK. Tastemakers across national radio, including BBCR2's Jamie Cullum, BBCR1's Victoria Jane and Jazz FM's Tony Minvielle, as well as publications like Wonderland, LUNA Collective, Jazzwise and Atwood Magazine have all started to take notice. 2022 saw her debut UK live performance at Brixton's Madame Jazz showcase, whilst 2023 saw her support MADELEINE and House of El, also making her debut UK festival appearance at How The Light Gets In.