- Leo Stannard Premieres New Song “Gravity” Featuring Frances
- Leicester-based singer-songwriter Leo Stannard has delivered a new song "Gravity" via SoundCloud, Spotify and other streaming services. This time he teamed up with British singer-songwriter Frances.
Leo Stannard started playing guitar at the just nine years old. He was discovered by his manger, Mark Murdoch, when he performed an acoustic session with RTTV, singing a song he composed himself called "Please Don't". He released his debut EP "Notions" in October 2014. He joined in Kidnap Kid's "Moments" as a guest vocals in 2016.
He will perform live at Live At Leeds 2017 on April 29, at Smoked & Uncut 2017 on Jun 9 and at Victorious Festival 2017 on August 25.
In addition to Leo Stannard, Live At Leeds 2017 features White Lies, Frightened Rabbit, Gabrielle Aplin, Wild Beasts, The Pigeon Detectives, Temples, Jagwar Ma, Nothing But Thieves, Slaves, Lewis Watson, and more.
Also, Victorious Festival 2017 features Franz Ferdinand, Olly Murs, Rita Ora, Jake Bugg, The Dandy Warhols, Band of Skulls, Madness, and more.
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About the new song, Leo Stannard stated;
“I wrote ‘gravity’ originally and then thought it’d be amazing to get a female vocal on it, but it had to be someone who really understood and felt the song. I wanted to make sure it really resonated with frances as much as it does with me. She’s an incredible singer and i couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.”
- source : tmew