Editor’s Note: When Katy Perry talks, we listen. So when the pop superstar called LÉON “one to watch”, the Swedish singer born Lotta Lindgren earned a place on our playlists. And with the release of this month’s majestic Surround Me EP, LÉON is in permanent rotation for the foreseeable future. Riding high on intimate singles like “No Goodbyes” and “I Believe In Us,” LÉON rolled into the Paradise Rock Club last night (October 25) to show off her new sounds (not to mention a cover of Arctic Monkeys’ “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?”), which combine the playfulness of Tove Lo with the anthemic empowerment of Rachel Platten. Vanyaland’s Eddy Leiva was at the ‘Dise to capture a few snaps from the show, and while we originally intended to cover the gig for our Upstaged social media series, we enjoyed it so much we decided to expand it into a full gallery. Long live LÉON.

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