About Brother Leo
Swedish Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Brother Leo introduced himself in 2018 with the single ‘Strangers On An Island’, a gold-plated banger produced by British dance music legend Fatboy Slim. The Brother Leo debut evoked praise from the likes of Hunger, MTV, Wonderland and NME, who called it “a gorgeous slice of pop magic”.
Since then, Brother Leo has maintained his innovative musical reputation with singles such as ’Living In A Zoo’, ’Hallelujah’, ‘People’, ’Naked’ and ’Sad Child’ (released together with Sandro Cavazza). With over 50 millions streams to his name, [Pt 1] of his long-awaited debut album “PoP Poetry” will finally arrive on the 25th of February 22. The album introduces star-studded collaborations with the likes of Neiked, Fat Boy Slim, Björn Yttling (Peter Bjorn and John), Fred Gibson (Fred again…), Jocke Berg (KENT) London Community Gospel Choir and Steve Mac (Chvrches, Ed Sheeran).
Geographically, Brother Leo moves between London, Berlin and Stockholm. Genre-wise, he moves with Olympic flexibility on multiple levels. Described by Music Week as “a non-conformist creating his own lane in the world of pop music”, Brother Leo possesses the rare ability to connect across the whole spectrum of the pop landscape. With his creative alt-pop flourishes he writes about his own life and experiences with vulnerability and a dark, sometimes provocative, humour, that he combines with colourful melodies.
Brother Leo inhabits a world of his own - an alternate reality where he effortlessly blends genres and styles into his own bittersweet pop poetry.