Bands to Watch #221: Muto Leo

By on Tuesday, 5th July 2011 at 12:00 pm
 

Find yourself enjoying music with a Scouse accent? Then you shouldn’t really miss out on Muto Leo, a very talented and young band from Liverpool. Joe and Luke the brothers joined by Scott, Will and Craig are the makers behind these “fidget math pop” tunes.

The first song that I heard from Muto Leo was ‘Lupalu’ (listen to it below). The guitar is very vibrant and youthful. The short break that is heard near the end of ‘Lupalu’ acts as a short relief to the intensity that the track brings. Another track of theirs that I love is ‘Creative Thinking’. My initial reaction was, “Oh no! It seems like one of those subjects in school requiring students to think ‘creatively’ and write a lot of junk… Hmmm…” Once I clicked the ‘play’ button, Muto Leo proved me completely wrong. As opposed to boring and dull school stuff, ‘Creative Thinking’ is energetic. I especially love the drum work, adding a lot of dynamics to the track, an essential part to a math rock band. You can listen to the above-mentioned tracks (and more!) by visiting the band’s SoundCloud.

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6 Responses

4:06 pm
5th July 2011

Brilliant CoCo, just brilliant:)

4:20 pm
5th July 2011

Sexier than a slice of bread.

4:33 pm
5th July 2011

Muto Leo are ‘the one’ to look out for. There is a gap in the industry for their music and i hope them every success.

4:47 pm
5th July 2011

I love this band!!! there songs are soo fresh and amazing, love the lyrics aswell. keep up the good work guys 🙂 xxxxx <3

5:05 pm
5th July 2011

the lead singer is amazing! so vibrant and understated

6:35 pm
5th July 2011

Need to start getting some lyrics down to those instrumentals! Looking forward to the next lot of songs<3

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