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NEW SINGLE,
ONE OF THEM GIRLS
IS OUT NOW!

Following the release of his pure pop stomper ‘Talk To Me’ last month, Efraim leo returns with his summer-soaked new single ‘One Of Them Girls’

EFRAIM LEO REVEALS NEW SINGLE ‘TALK TO ME’

Efraim Leo is ready to steal the hearts of a generation. The 22 year-old Stockholm native reveals his new single ‘Talk To Me’, the perfect introduction to his infectious and vibrant brand of pop songcraft. ‘Talk To Me’ deals with the aftermath of a relationship, its glorious melodies concealing the anguish behind the lyrics. “It’s about how you really loved a girl, but she’s not talking to you anymore” explains Efraim. “It’s so tough dealing with that, when you don’t want to be enemies”.

CHECK OUT THE DEBUT SINGLE
‘YOU GOT ME WRONG’

Efraim Leo is ready to steal the hearts of a generation. The 22 year-old Stockholm native reveals his new single ‘Talk To Me’, the perfect introduction to his infectious and vibrant brand of pop songcraft. ‘Talk To Me’ deals with the aftermath of a relationship, its glorious melodies concealing the anguish behind the lyrics. “It’s about how you really loved a girl, but she’s not talking to you anymore” explains Efraim. “It’s so tough dealing with that, when you don’t want to be enemies”.

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The 22 year-old Stockholm native Efraim Leo was born into a family of music-lovers. He started out on a heady diet of jazz and Bob Dylan. “My whole family is musical” he explains. Efraim started to teach himself to play the guitar at the age of 13, before starting to write songs at 15. Efraim featured on a dance track by Swedish superstar DJ MARC in 2016. ‘Show You The Light’ climbed high on the Billboard Dance Chart. This sooner led to the release of his debut single ‘You Got Me Wrong’ that made a splash and received native radio play. In 2018 Efraim took his music where it mattered the most - on the road. An ‘unofficial’ busking tour was organised, following The Vamps around the UK. Arriving at the concert venues early in the day, Efraim set up outside and played for the quickly forming crowd of Vamps fans waiting to get inside. “It taught me how to be in front of people, how to perform and get people interested in my music.” The experience sparked a deep-rooted love of live performance, and last summer Efraim took to the stage again in Sweden, playing some huge shows including Lollapalooza, Stockholm Pride and Summerburst Festival. “Playing live will always be what I’m all about; that’s what’s really important to me. I used to want to do acoustic sets - but as my music has evolved, so have my live performances and now I can’t wait to get out on tour again.”

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