|YUNG LEAN SHARES NEW SONG AS JONATAN LEANDOER 127
DEBUTS DANCE CONCERT WITH CULLBERGBALETTEN
WATCH: “Vampire Blues”
Today, Stockholm-based multi disciplinary artist Jonatan Leandoer Håstad, aka Yung Lean, is sharing a new song and video from his musical project, Jonatan Leandoer 127. “Vampire Blues” finds Jonatan exploring a different side of himself, singing on a piano-driven track that is still laced with the signature ominous tones for which the Sad Boys are known. The accompanying visual is a candid and intimate tour through a night in Stockholm with Jonatan. While discovering new sonic palates with his decidedly more experimental project Jonathan Leandoer 127, Håstad has also been busy recording new material to perform and release as Yung Lean.
Recently, Håstad debuted his concert collaboration, NEAR, with choreographer Eleanor Bauer and Sweden’s leading modern dance company, Cullbergbaletten, for a one-of-a-kind performance which debuted at Way Out West Festival in Gothenburg. NEAR will be return in September for two sold out nights in his hometown of Stockholm at storied venue Dramaten. The performance creates a extraordinary world inspired by Bauer and Håstad’s shared love for poetry and fantasy.
Watch and listen to “Vampire Blues” above and stay tuned for more from both Jonatan Leandoer 127 and Yung Lean coming very soon.
Photos from NEAR by Gustav Stegfors
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