We Are Leo To Release Album "Fightback Soundtrack" On October 14th by Dream Records on 2014-08-26 10:44:07
Los Angeles, CA (August, 2014) - Chicago-area based synth pop group, We Are Leo has been busy gearing up for their debut album on Dream Records, titled Fightback Soundtrack. The guys are gearing up for a great fall as their album will be released on October 14th with an iTunes pre-order starting on September 30th. Their debut single, "You're The Best Thing" has been released to radio and We Are Leo fans will be encouraged to know that they have brought their sound to the next level.
4. Fightback Soundtrack
6. Diamonds in the Dark
8. Fire Inside You
9. Yesterday's Gone
10. You're The Best Thing
11. Northern Lights
12. Until Forever
DREAM was founded in 2008 to provide artists with a genuine approach to how real artist development should be done. By allowing for a partnership as a business model, Dream’s artists empower themselves to develop and carry out a real vision for their lives as they affect other people’s lives with their music and message. Incorporating social media, press, radio and touring it’s allowing it’s artists grow together as a family.
About We Are Leo:
Strong and steady like a lion, We Are Leo has grown tenaciously after saying "Hello" with their premier album in 2011. Pulsing with an electric energy and a vibrant sound, their spirited shows nurture a fiercely loyal fan base that rose to the occasion in 2013 when the artists called on them to fund their Kickstarter project. Now, We Are Leo continues to build on that momentum as they come roaring back into the national music scene with their sophomore release "Fightback Soundtrack". Fusing together a blend of heartfelt emotion, love-charged lyrics, and relentless faith, "Fightback Soundtrack" is a declaration of the undying passion the band has for their fans, their art, and their message.
Release Date: - Reviewer: Michael Tackett Rating: 4.5 stars
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