Today’s Daily Feature is “Leonard” by Canadian Electropop artist Peter Jessy. The track was released ahead of the artist’s upcoming EP. With his music, Jessy is developing his own electropop sound that draws from his own personal experience with mental illness, the LGBT community, and relationships. He hopes that others with similar experiences can take comfort in knowing they aren’t alone.
“Leonard” talks about outgrowing your small hometown. Enveloping the lyrics is dreamy instrumentation with dulcet vocals. The Canadian artist paints a colorful electropop world with rich synth riffs with rich tones. The atmosphere is soothing with the synth playing with misty, dreamy tones and dulled volumes. Listeners shouldn’t miss out on Jessy’s vocals as their rich timbre lures anyone who listens from the first note.
If you are a fan of MUNA, Conan Gray, The Japanese House, or The 1975, then you have to check out “Leonard”. This dreamy pop song has bright, positive tones in the instrumentation and vocals that allure listeners with their catchiness. Yet, the lyrics are equally important as they give a peek into the artist’s world while being something that anyone can relate to.
Make sure to check out Peter Jessy’s “Leonard” down below. Let me know what you think in the comments!
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