Alex Lleo ‘4:05’ : The first new material in two years. Stunning vibe, indeed.

Alex Lleo

Alex Lleo returns with a fresh take on his well known brand of songwriting. Coming straight from the heart of Brooklyn’s music scene, these songs showcase better than ever, Alex’s ability to call upon the natural world. Drenched in earthy tones and reverberant moments, ‘4:05’ gives you the space to think, reflect and reconnect.

UK artist Alex Lleo has been creating lush, soulful melodic music since childhood, touring and performing as a teen throughout the UK and Europe at the turn of the decade, then breaking onto the scene with two back-to-back releases in 2018.

Said Alex: “‘4:05’ seemed a unanimous choice to start us off. I think everyone just instinctively knew how this one needed to be, ‘cruisey’. It also felt pretty fitting from a personal point for me. The idea for this one came during a moment of weird uncertainty about not only my music, but some relationships that had suffered thanks to some poor decision making. This idea of ‘go out for yourself for once’ was set as a sort of reminder to anyone that often puts others before themselves, to take time out and recharge.”

Three-track EPs Park Studios, JQ and Emanate each caught the attention of fans and industry alike with their raw honesty and contagious mellow vibes, garnering Alex Lleo an international, dedicated fan base.

The first new material in two years, ‘4:05’ is a stunning vibe, indeed.


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