Graduating with a BA Hon’s Degree in Music Performance and Technology, she moved to Cardiff, Wales. There she created a 70’s classic rock line up called Smokin Aces, who were both a covers and originals band and were very popular all across the country.
Thanks to ‘Smokin Aces’ and her decision to put up some material onto YouTube, it landed her the position of lead singer for the Swedish all female rock quintet Thundermother. The hard-core rock chicks had major success in the rock charts and landed a signing with Warner Music Sweden for their first album Rock 'N' Roll Disaster. Signing with Despotz Records, the release of their second album Road Fever followed, gaining support from artists such as Motörhead, Airbourne, D-A-D and Halestorm among others, touring all over Europe and playing some of the biggest European festivals. Cunningham left Thundermother in January 2017 and is now focusing on her solo career. She released her self-titled debut solo EP in November 2016, with Low Medium High Records selling copies all over the world.