Citing inspirations to his bleak folktronica such as Radiohead, Oasis and The 1975 his sound has seen the 25-year-old earn high praise from the likes of BBC One, BBC Music, Radio X, Eurovision and many more. 

Ryan’s highly anticipated debut EP ‘After Rain Look For Rainbows’ was released in 2017. Track ‘Sunset’ has earned plaudits from national press and TV making it a standout fan favourite. His music described as “Crushing pieces of melodic pop, both anthems for the everyday man.”

Ryan is also the frontman for one of the UK’s top function bands “Weekend Ticket”.

Ryan Butterworth

Born and raised on the coast of Bournemouth, Ryan has been making waves throughout his burgeoning career. With a bittersweet tone that’s not too unlike fellow singer-songwriters Ben Howard and David Gray.

Ryan has previously competed in BBC One’s leading talent show Let It Shine in 2017. Ryan made it through to the live finals. Ryan has worked with a huge number of industry masterminds in the last few years.