Boston Mag Spotlights Leo*Leo

This month has been incredible to us.
Firstly, we are playing this Wednesday in Salem, Massachusetts at the Opus (show begins at 9p.m.) which is hosted by the very passionate: The Dejas.

Secondly, we are playing with The Grey Season and Tales of Olde for Tales’ CD release party (May 28th, @ The Great Scott)! Amazing.

Thirdly, our newest single is doing really well. Also, you can buy our first EP – for whatever amount you want to pay. Seriously! If you can only pay $2 for the entire album then do that! We just want you to have it.
Thank you, friends, family and #BostonFans.

Fourthly, We got a great little article written about us in Boston’s own, Natural Awakenings Magazine gave us the honor of being their first Artist Spotlight ever!  Thank you so much to Maisie and Nancy for selecting us.  We are thrilled!

and FRESH INDEPENDENCE is publishing our interview May 26th!
We are super grateful to everyone that has been out to our shows this month, too – especially our Somerville crowd. We notice 🙂
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We <3 Boston

I was with my co-workers at the Boston Marathon finish line last year. We left work for a little lunch jaunt, and about two hours after we returned to the office is when the bombs went off. The news pointed out the location of the detonations, which happened to be right where we were standing a few hours prior.

We were all shaken, and the shock set in differently for everyone. (I couldn’t ride a crowded train without feeling a bit of unease, for instance.) I began to think about places in the world where people question their safety everyday, let alone live in fear for their lives. Those places are all around us – in our backyards and some places we’ll never go. If we have to question our safety, then how can we even begin to realize our full potential?

Still, I know that people do it; they live and even grow despite their fear, which is a kind of courage most of us have only glimpsed. The people of Boston have exhibited their defiance to fear everyday since the bombings. Today is no different as they join to remember those injured one year ago.

We are very proud to call Boston our home.