BUØY’s performances are a captivating blend of classical and contemporary styles, seamlessly intertwining ambient tones with alt-pop sensibilities. Guiding audiences through emotive and uplifting journeys, their sets traverse from conventional pop arrangements to ethereal soundscapes and introspective lyrics. Drawing from their personal journey as a trans and queer artist, BUØY’s music is fuelled by a rich tapestry of experiences.

Raised in a religious household with a father who is a vicar, they were immersed in the world of worship, choral music, and church organ from an early age, laying the foundation for their musical education. Despite their departure from organised religion, BUØY finds inspiration in the transcendental aspects of music and ritual, creating moments that resonate as almost sacred or spiritual. Their vocals evoke comparisons to luminaries like Bon Iver, Sigur Rós, and London Grammar, while their piano compositions echo the emotive depth of Nils Frahm and Ólafur Arnalds, crafting songs that resonate with ethereal grace.

Expect a fusion of orchestral melodies, angelic vocals, and an abundance of reverb. A blend of rhythmic percussion with contemplative piano motifs are seamlessly intertwined within ambient electronic soundscapes. Whilst BUØYs songs are not written with intent for religious or therapeutic purposes, nor the dance-floor, the artist draws inspiration from those experiences to craft compositions that evoke a sense of sanctity, spirituality, and solace.