Gui Rezende

Gui Rezende

Gui Rezende's unique blend of pop, soul, blues, and rock has firmly established him as a prominent figure in the British music scene. As a talented storyteller with a poet's keen eye for detail, he skilfully employs his soulful vocals and laid-back guitar skills to take his audience on a genuine emotional journey. Gui's impressive career includes extensive live performances both in the UK and abroad.

Gui Rezende co-wrote Alex Francis' single 'Desire,' which was expertly produced by Jeff Silverman (known for his work with Adele, Aloe Blacc, and Lady Wray). This single has garnered over 100,000 streams on Spotify and received airplay on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio London. Additionally, it has been featured on playlists in retail stores across the UK, France, Portugal, Italy, Brazil, and the UAE.

Gui's debut single, 'Too Close To The Sun,' was released in April 2022 and received a prominent Spotify Homepage Takeover in Portugal. His debut album was recorded at the iconic Abbey Road Studios and masterfully mastered by Chris Kimsey (known for his work with The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin).

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  • Gui Rezende | You're My 12 Bar Blues

    A "love letter" to that initial impression you experience when connecting spontaneously with someone, even while being aware that the "mystique" of that moment includes some of the projections we create. As Gui composed this song and delved deeper into its essence, he came to realise that he was ...

  • Gui Rezende | Too Close To The Sun

    "Too Close to the Sun" explores the tumultuous journey of feeling an extraordinary connection with someone while grappling with the stark differences in perspectives and life approaches over time. It captures the sensation that the relationship's end may be approaching and the emotional challenge...

  • Gui Rezende | You're Really Something Sadie

    A cover of 'You're Really Something Sadie' by Guilherme Rezende at Stabal Studios.

  • Gui Rezende | Life After You

    "Life after you... it won't be fair to anyone else." This sentiment carries the weight of the belief that it may be impossible to return to a previous self or relate to others in the same way after parting ways with that certain someone, they thought would always be a part of their life.