London-based band The Great Leslie are assuredly carving a name for themselves in the alt-rock scene, using slick songwriting combined with intelligent production to create instant classics that stick with you.
Racking up a number of successes in their short tenure, their riff-driven release Money was crowned BBC Introducing’s Track of the Week, closely followed by their highly regarded, and anthemic tonic to self-flagellation, Out Of My Hands.
They have just released 'That's Alright', their second single of 2021, which has already been picked up by BBC Introducing. This follows on from their hard-hitting dose of indie 'See You Again' which received airplay on BBC Wales and was also crowned BBC Introducing’s Track of the Week. “ A soaring aesthetic and blistering direction, it feels like these guys are well on their way to becoming one of the next big names to emerge from the capital.” - Mystic Sons
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