Gareth Daley (/ˈdeɪˈli/; born 29 September 1989), known mononymously as Daley, is a British singer-songwriter and artist, internationally acclaimed for his unique contributions to R&B/Soul music and captivating vocal performance. He first became prominent after co-writing and featuring on the Gorillaz single "Doncamatic", having been spotted by the band's creator Damon Albarn early in his career as an underground artist on the UK music scene.

Daley was promptly signed to Universal Music, and established himself as an international recording artist celebrated for songs including top five radio hit Alone Together with Marsha Ambrosius (of Floetry), top ten single Look Up (produced by Pharrell Williams), Remember Me featuring Jessie J, and top ten single Until The Pain Is Gone featuring three time Grammy winner Jill Scott. He has received praise from The Grammys, BET, Billboard, Soul Train Awards and the MOBO Awards.

These releases span four projects including the Those Who Wait mixtape, Alone Together EP, and studio albums Days & Nights and The Spectrum - all of which incorporate elements of R&B, Soul, Pop, Funk, Alternative, electronic and orchestral arrangement, and showcase Daley's auto-biographical, personal lyrical style.

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