Tyrel O'Reily (April 27th, 1994 - August 11th, 2021), also known as Silva in his early career, was an American singer, songwriter, and record producer best known for his membership in Unnamed, and later Malcontents, being the lead vocalist for each of the bands.
Born in New Orleans, he gained notority through his debut LP, Orleans on Fire. In 2012, Tyrel, alongside James Grey, joined Unnamed to replace lead vocalist Daniel Grey and guitarist Tyler Amin. He would keep his role even after the return of Danny, and would be included on the final album, End of an Era.
In late-2017, he announced publicly of his diagnoses of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, which was discovered after the release of Daniel Grey's tribute album. After a 4 year long battle, he passed away in his hometown at the age of 28.