Charlie Cunningham's music touches the soul. The British guitarist, pianist, and singer brings opposites together and creates melodies that are as melancholic as they are hopeful. Combined with his warm, distinctive voice, something timeless emerges. With more than half a billion streams, he has become a real success who has already performed as a headliner at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in his home country. Cunningham continually reinvents himself by processing personal experiences musically. He expands his singer-songwriter roots with references to art rock, jazz, and neoclassical compositions—depending on how he wants to make his feelings audible. The opposites then come into play again. In an interview with Rolling Stone about his latest album, “Frame,” Cunningham said, "I see the tracks on this record as conversations between my own conflicting sides."