Brother Leo Unveils New Single ‘Barcelona’
Rising Swedish artist Brother Leo is back with a gorgeous new single titled Barcelona, a song about the moments and memories he had while in Barcelona.

I really like Brother Leo's music possesses the rare ability to connect across the spectrum of the pop landscape and Barcelona is no exception for that. The song is packed with rich textures and infectious melodies that got me hooked from the very first listen. I am loving the way the emotive piano keys stand out in the electronic production, giving the song a depth that matches the somewhat nostalgic and melancholic touch of the lyrics. Other elements that I really liked were the soaring guitars which added a sun-soaked touch to the song and the gospel touch of the backing vocals. Brother Leo's vocals sound amazing here and packed with tons of heart and energy, especially when he hits those high notes.

Barcelona is a beautifully-produced piece of R&B-tinged pop music with an anthemic and nostalgic atmosphere perfect for the summer's end. Check it out below!

Speaking about the song, Brother Leo said,
The song is about 2 intense weeks I had in Barcelona years ago, experiencing a lot of things for the first time. 2 weeks that in many ways made me grow up I guess, maybe a little bit too fast. I wanted to try to capture those moments and memories in this song both lyrically but also in the soundscape.To tell this story sonically I wanted the soundscape to have some kind of cinematic and organic vibe to it and dynamically just letting it grow. In short ’Barcelona’ Is about love and loss, and realizing that nothing is forever. I think a lot of people can relate to this and hopefully it will bring back some good memories.
‘Barcelona’ was produced by Dan Grech (George Ezra, Lana Del Rey). He’s one of a carefully curated selection of collaborators that Brother Leo has called upon to maximise his global-scale potential along with Mark Ralph (Years & Years, Clean Bandit), Coffee (Dua Lipa, Rihanna) and Elof Loelv (Rihanna, Tove Lo, Tove Stryke).