Leo’s new record starts off a little weird but when it hits the minute mark, and you can hear the vocals, a smile shouldn’t be far from the curl of your lips. Classified as R&B, “Murf” is a song that asks nothing of you. Not to put your hands up. Not to step to the left and not to step to the right. The singer represented by the Sheffield, England-based record label Oak Owl is set to release his full-length album in 2016. In the interim, enjoy the wonderment of the sonic travel below. Then, stream his three-track project “Split,” if you’re feeling it.
Update: The artist explained what a “Murf” is.
@GrungeCake haha, Murf is for the Moog Midi Murf, I used it briefly on that track. Thank you for tha kind words
— LEO (@ivebeenleo) December 14, 2015
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