The latest track from The Great Leslie is out now, and you've gotta hear. Lyrically, it discusses nostalgia. It talks about how we all miss social interaction. It's a reaction to COVID. Musically, it feels like a reminder that this struggle is temporary, things won't be abnormal forever.
The Great Leslie are the London based Indie Alt-Rock band originally formed in June 2020 made up of Ollie Trevers on Vocals/Rhythm Guitar, Julien Baraness on Lead Guitar, Jason Boyd on Bass and Ryan Lavender on Drums.
The band's first track ‘Money’ was released in August 2020 and was quickly picked as the Track Of The Week on BBC Introducing Suffolk. The London quartet certainly didn’t let the pandemic hinder their musical plans, and since their first track was released they have gone
on to have success with their further releases ‘Out of My Hands’ and ‘I Know You Know’ which gained them extensive airtime on Planet Rock.
Bringing poetry to their lyrics, distinctive talent to their vocals, punchy aspects to their rhythms and humour to their vibe, there is no stopping this band who are ready to make their mark. The Great Leslie combine raw vocals with Rock n Roll influences to produce a unique sound that will leave you wanting more.