Northern singer-songwriter Sonny burst onto the scene last year with his debut single ‘Princess’ and ever since then, he has continued to grow from strength to strength as an artist.
The release of his critically acclaimed EP Hopeless Romance and follow-up single ‘Yesterday’s Gone’ saw the soulful singer cement his status as one to watch. Now, Sonny is ready to captivate us all over again with the release of his new single, ‘Ain’t Too Proud To Beg’.
Mixed by Joe Zook (OneRepublic, Pharrell Williams, One Direction), and written by Sonny himself, ‘Ain’t Too Proud To Beg’ is Sonny’s most heartfelt and sincere offering to date. Once again, the talented artist showcases his incredible songwriting abilities and powerful vocals, pulling at our heartstrings throughout the relatable track.
In Sonny’s words, ‘Ain’t Too Proud To Beg’ is about “looking back regretfully on a relationship. Realising you made mistakes and being desperate to put them right again. This song means so much to me because it’s based on a personal experience and I feel like it’s a relatable situation that so many people go through – not knowing what you had until it’s too late.”
Listen to ‘Ain’t Too Proud To Beg’ below.
Touring is at the forefront of Sonny’s exciting plans over the coming months. In addition to performing at The Great Escape for the second year in a row, he will also be supporting Catherine McGrath and Saint Raymond on their UK tours.
Sonny has also put together his own music event titled Northern Nights. As suggested by the name, the event offers up a night where Northern artists can come together to share their talent, whilst also networking with others in the industry.
Sonny Live Dates
Tuesday 1st May – Manchester, Deaf Institute (supporting Catherine McGrath)
Wednesday 2nd May – London, Bush Hall (supporting Catherine McGrath)
Friday 4th May – Glasgow, King Tuts (supporting Catherine McGrath)
Thursday 10th May – Newcastle, Jumpin Jacks ? ?Northern Nights? Event
Thursday 17th May – The Great Escape, Marine Room (Harbour Hotel)
Saturday 2nd June – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (supporting Saint Raymond)
Sunday 3rd June – Manchester, Deaf Institute (supporting Saint Raymond)
Monday 4th June – London, Borderline (supporting Saint Raymond)
We can also expect a new EP from Sonny later this year. We cannot wait to see and hear what this phenomenal singer-songwriter has up his sleeve – but one thing’s for certain, it’s definitely going to be worth the wait.