Watch: Kleo – Broken Hallelujah

After much hype over the last twelve months, Danish indie-pop artist Kleo finally unveils her debut EP, entitled ‘I Love This Movie’ (out now).

Serving as a commentary on the key moments of life, the record treats listeners to a gorgeously dreamy collection of songs that are deeply captivating – both lyrically and sonically.

Alongside the EP, Kleo has also released a lyric video for ‘Broken Hallelujah’, which was written as an ode to ‘the one who got away’.


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Kleo – Beautiful Life

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Scandinavian starlet Kleo returns with a blissful slice of nostalgic synth-pop through the release of her new single ‘Beautiful Life’.

Inviting listeners in to a world where everything is as sweet and pleasant as can be, the track gives us all a welcome escape from the many obstacles we face in this day and age.

The song continues Kleo’s ethos of crafting pieces of music that enable us to see the bigger picture in relation to our lives, and encourages us to allow ourselves to evolve as humans.


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New Music: Kleo

Copenhagen-based singer and pianist Kleo creates a style of music which is so deeply emotive and rich in character that it immediately captivates you. Quite astonishing considering the fact that she’s still unsigned, and this is her first release.

Kleo’s inspirations range from hyper-romantic love stories and an upbringing to the sound of her grandfather’s piano; through to 90’s grunge and Vedic astrology.

‘Broken Halleluiah’ is a song written as a kind of requiem for lost love, and the video is a tribute to Baz Luhrmann’s cult classic ‘Romeo & Juliet’ from 1996.

“‘Broken Hallelujah’ is a love scene and a tragedy happening in slow motion. A sort of requiem to a love that was lost to begin with. It’s the feeling of bliss and sadness being intertwined, that can be so elevating and heavenly – an emotion so intense, you can’t help but stand in awe of the universe and how we are created. While singing ‘Broken Hallelujah’, I experience these feelings so purely.”