The word "authenticity" is ubiquitous today when describing of artists and musicians, but when you meet Bruno Major, you understand how misused this term has become. Bruno has risen to become a globally influential artist, but he has done so entirely on his own terms. An antihero of music stardom, Bruno has uncompromisingly practiced his craft, creating unparalleled lyrical landscapes that don't conform to today's musical status quo but still resonate with fans, as evidenced by his billion-dollar career propelled by the viral hits "Nothing" and "Easily." Bruno combines classic singer-songwriter credentials with sleek, modern electronic production, adding a touch of of soul. His commitment to sincerity and immediacy in his craft was solidified by his 2017 debut album, A Song For Every Moon. The independently recorded and released album received strong word-of-mouth internationally and the key single "Easily" was certified platinum in North America. His 2020 follow-up To Let a Good Thing Die was similarly expansive, a beautifully crafted tapestry of of stories about human relationships, love and heartbreak, and existential musings; a single, "The Most Beautiful Thing," resulted from a special co-writing session with producer and pop luminaries FINNEAS, and another standout track, "Nothing," is RIAA-certified in North America. Bruno is a trained classical guitarist and has supported of artists such as Sam Smith, Billie Eilish, Shawn Mendes, Charlie Puth, Lianne La Havas, Hailey Bieber and Kourtney Kardashian, to name a few. Prior to Pandemic, he toured extensively, selling more than 50,000 Tickets, made his television debut on Late Late Show with James Corden, his festival debut at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and opened the European arena tour of Sam Smith. Now in 2023, splitting his time between London and Los Angeles, he is preparing for his first release in three years - his most ambitious album to date.