Since the release of their gold-certified breakthrough album, 2016’s A/B, Icelandic
rock band KALEO—led by frontman/songwriter JJ Julius Son—has taken their music around the world. The album spawned three hit singles – the GRAMMY- nominated “No Good,” the gold-selling “All The Pretty Girls” and the chart-topping, 2x Platinum-certified “Way Down We Go” which was used in over two dozen television shows from Grey’s Anatomy to Riverdale, leading the No. 1 single to top The Hollywood Reporter’s Top TV Songs chart.
After amassing over 1 Billion global streams, 39 international certifications, and countless sold-out headline shows spanning from London to Moscow, KALEO has proven to be a worldwide phenomenon. Known for their electrifying live performances, KALEO completely sold out their first U.S. headline tour and was a standout at Coachella, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo and recently were hand-picked to open stadium dates for the Rolling Stones.
Since KALEO wrapped a nearly non-stop 3-year touring schedule in support of A/B in October 2018, Julius Son was in the studio working on the band's highly anticipated follow-up album.
KALEO's sophomore album - Surface Sounds - was released on April 23, 2021 on
Elektra/Atlantic and features lead singles “I Want More,” and “Break My Baby” as well as “Alter Ego,” "Backbone," "Skinny," and "Hey Gringo."
KALEO's Fight or Flight Tour is set to begin in 2022.
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