Pallab Sarker is an indie acoustic singer-songwriter from Walthamstow, East London. Having performed in indie bands for over a decade, Pallab is now developing his sound as a solo artist.
Since the release of his debut album 'Grey Day', Pallab's music took flight on underground college radio stations in the USA, receiving critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic. Vents magazine describe him as “a genuine songbird, whose arresting voice and touching melodies swell with emotion and speak to the heart” whilst The Music Site said that he is a “charismatic poet for the modern age”.
Pallab has since featured on BBC radio and performed at The Assembly: Global Teacher Prize Concert, alongside Rita Ora, Liam Payne and Little Mix. Pallab is currently writing his follow up solo album, once again choosing to record locally, tapping into the borough of Walthamstow’s talented and eclectic music scene.
Pallab is an Artist in Residence, an initiative of school teacher Andria Zafirakou to bring artists into schools that are located in deprived London communities.