CONVERSATION SINGLE RELEASE SHOW TICKET
Come celebrate with me!
June 25th at Anthology Lounge, K Road. R18.
With support from Honeybee & Avya.
With her debut single set for release in mid 2021, Rachel Leo has crafted an 80s-inspired disco-pop number sure to be on replay. 'Conversation' was written with and produced by Joseph Corban-Banks (Niko Walters, Foley, Paige) & M Basa (Aloe Blacc, Teeks), and mixed by Simon Gooding (P!nk, Dua Lipa, Drax Project).
Rachel is known for her smooth RnB vocals set amongst a Pop, Latin and Disco inspired landscape. She has laid low, quietly developing her sound and preparing for her entry into the music scene, now finally ready to step into her identity as an artist.
With Rachel taking inspiration from the likes of Kiana Ledé, Dua Lipa and Yebba, it comes as no surprise that she enjoys writing under all areas of the pop umbrella. Recently granted the New Music Development funding from NZ On Air to work with Alex Wildwood (The Veronicas, Broods, Jessica Mauboy), she is currently writing for her follow up singles.
With a lot of things to say and a strong canvas to do so, Rachel Leo is set to impress with the release of her upcoming music.
After the independent release of their debut EP "Dusty"; Honeybee, the indie pop four-piece are ready to take the world by storm. The boys have spun Auckland around with their earworm tunes cleverly laced with melancholy lyrics, and are ready to proudly establish themselves as one of Aotearoa's powerhouses. Honeybee is exciting, invigorating, and one of the most promising acts to emerge from NZ's kaleidoscope of a music scene.
Avya is an intuitive artist whose live performance is nothing short of captivating. Influenced by the likes of Norah Jones, Brooke Fraser and Amy Winehouse - her voice has been described as soulful and distinctive.
With over a decade’s experience as a professional musician, she’s no stranger to a stage.
Having recently featured in the television series ‘Popstars’, hosted by Kimbra, Avya was able to perform several original songs to a nation-wide audience as well as brush shoulders with some of NZ’s biggest names.
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