Leon Seti has just released his new single titled ‘Hell’. Hell means something different to whoever you ask. Whether it be damnation or paying for everything one’s done in life. But one thing is for sure; Leon Seti may have recorded a soundtrack fit for hell. I mean this knowing that the song does not sound evil in any way shape or form. What it does sound is disparate. There is no comparison. And that, to me, is what hell is. The unknown. I may be different but so be it. This song is the soundtrack to the unknown. Partly frightening, partly dark, stark and alone. ‘Hell’ perfectly captures that and more in me as a musician and around me as a listener. This is the sign of greatness recorded in music. Where you can feel and get emotions from said music, whether good, bad, or indifferent. That is what makes a beautiful song.

Leon Seti drops ‘Hell’ today (January 24, 2020).

According to Italian poet Dante Aligheri, one must receive the opposite punishment for every sin committed in life. But what if you enjoy pain and masochism, would you end up in a hell of kindness? Fresh off the success of album Cobalt earlier this year, Leon Seti returns with a brand new single and it’s the banger he always hoped to write. “Hell” brings raw beats, limited instrumentals, and intense vocals effects to paint Seti’s distorted, masochistic version of hell.

About Leon Seti

Leon Seti is the solo project of the 24-year-old singer/songwriter Leo Baldi, who writes, produces and arranges all his own material. Based in London, Leo is originally from Italy, where he is currently working in Rome on new music. When he was 19, just after graduating from high school, his parents separated and Leo moved to the UK from Arezzo, his hometown, to study philosophy at the University of Lancaster. He moved to London in 2017, after graduating, to work and study at King’s College London for a Master’s degree.

Leon Seti was born in 2015 when Leo started making music in his bedroom at University. Since then, the solo project produced an EP called Talking Shadows, an experimental album called Genuflection, for which he was interviewed by the BBC Introducing, and Leon’s latest independent album, COBALT, which was released in March 2019 and charted at number 1 on the iTunes Electronic chart in his home country.


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Thanks to its performance it also featured on many publications in Italy and worldwide garnering very good reviews. Since then, Leon has worked on new music videos and the release of his single The Mountain, as well as gigging in venues such as Il Cassero in Bologna, the historic club Spin Time Labs in Rome, and the O2 Academy Islington in London.

According to Italian poet Dante Aligheri, for every sin committed in life one must receive its opposite punishment. But what if you enjoy pain and masochism, would you end up in a hell of kindness? Fresh off the success of Cobalt, Leon Seti returns with another single and it’s the banger he always hoped to write. “Hell” brings raw beats, limited instrumentals, and intense vocals effects – quite the opposite aura from Cobalt. Explore Leon’s distorted, masochistic version of hell on January 24th.

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https://www.leonseti.com
https://www.instagram.com/leonseti
https://www.facebook.com/leonseti
https://twitter.com/leon_seti
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeIM3wCx5dP_HZtLFnnImhg

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