His roots in music started with his love of film scores, and as a teenager he was thrown in at the deep end when he was commissioned to compose an action movie soundtrack.
Sukh's first record "Kings" was met with critical acclaim when it was released in 2013. Rewind/Fast Forward claimed it was "Beautifully arranged with a charming warmth" and Clash Magazine wrote "It seems that the Manchester artist is confident enough to write songs – great big, hulking things which groan under the weight of the emotion contained therein."
Gruelling studies and an intense life on the hospital wards as a NHS junior doctor sparked Sukh to write his second record “Galactic Love Machine” which was released in October 2018. HuffPost described his lead single “Flight” as having a “relentlessly charming feel”. On the live circuit Sukh has supported the likes of Basia Bulat, Nizlopi, Beth Rowley, Stu Larsen and Natsuki Kurai. He completed several UK tours in 2019 promoting his latest release. He has also performed at Kendal Calling several years running, and garnered support from BBC Radio 2 and BBC Introducing.
In 2020 the singing doctor is back. Recorded entirely in isolation during the COVID-19 crisis the E.P “Falling Asleep with the TV on” is out on 18h September 2020.