Attew spent his late teens and early twenties travelling and working around the UK, Australia, Asia and the Middle East. In 2015, he immigrated to Toronto, Canada where he formed his solo project and made his entrance into the music industry.
This led him to craft songs composed of poetic lyrics that derive from this extensive period spent travelling. Wesley's voice is whiskey-infused honey poured generously over ice. It’s intoxicating, warm and thrilling. His guitar playing coupled with a one man band style of kick drum percussion is the ideal backdrop to his opulent songwriting.
Attew relocated to Vancouver and acquired his Canadian permanent residency in 2018. He has since recorded an abundance of new material, working alongside producer Jeff Zipp of Light Machine Records. The first two singles from his upcoming EP "Where Do We Go From Here" have released to fantastic reception, and after being only a week old his latest single “Always The Same” was played on the BBC Introducing Radio show in the UK. He has seen his fanbase grow and his Spotify skyrocket with his recent releases. Wesley’s music deserves a thunderous global following and he is well on his way.