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Wake Up Leo Releases ‘Nowhere to Go’

Wake Up Leo has been whispered around the UK’s live circuit for a while. Since sharing a stage with The Frattellis, Leo has secured himself a reputation for the theatrically unexpected. With his thematic shows, complete with soundbites and video clip interludes, Leo’s performances are a treat to the senses. The music is a whirlwind of ideas opening up a window to Leo’s perspective, the tracks reflect his thoughts towards an increasingly split world.

Listen on Soundcloud here

Lead single ‘Nowhere to Go’ describes the politicisation of youth culture, caught in the tides of change. The song hints at the radicalisation of children in Syria and the swathes of angry teens egger to disenfranchise austerity at all cost. Over all the song describes an increasingly younger loss of innocence

The EP highlights a lean towards extreme views and the death of moderate thought. With political, religious and lifestyle stances split into many apposing fractions, combining the theatrics of David Bowie with the synth pop of the Killers, Leo’s ‘Devolution’ keeps the listener immersed in thought from start to finish. This month Leo is travelling on tour from the south of the England and finishing his journey in style at Maidstone’s ‘Hops and Harvest Festival’ where he’ll join Newton Faulkner, Star SailorThe Hoosiers to name a few.

Wake Up Leo Tour Dates:

Friday 28th July: Norwich Waterfront Studios, supporting 90’s band My Life Story

Friday 4th August: Bedford Esquires: supporting My Life Story

Saturday 12th August (Afternoon): Priory Live Festival in Orpington

Saturday 12th August: (Evening) The Zine Social: Amersham Arms – South London

Sunday 28th August: Local and Live Festival: The Forum – Tunbridge Wells

Sunday 8th September: Hops and Harvest Festival Maidstone Main Stage, with Newton Faulkner, Toploader, Star Sailor, The Hoosiers and others.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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