Orlando-based alternative pop singer Lévie (pronounced: Leh-vee) is dropping “Trouble”. The Brazilian-born vocalist delivers a classic rock, alternative pop hybrid with a nostalgic 80’s vibe. “Trouble” is about the teenage life turned sour. The intensity and energy of the track perfectly proportional to those of a madly broken-hearted teenage boy. The single is out now across all major platforms.
Lévie’s steep vocal gives you the chill evocative of Phil Collins, there is no question why the guy has performed at almost all major venues in homeland Orlando, such as the pre-game house band for Orlando City Soccer at the Camping World stadium in 2016.
Music and television were the two things that broke down the language and culture barrier for the young immigrant Lévie. He learned English in 6 months by watching old episodes of “Saved By The Bell”. “Saved By The Bell really helped me adapt to a new country. I still have the biggest crush on Tiffany Amber Thiessen” says Lévie.
His collaborations with electronic artists and original tracks has swept in nice streams on Youtube and Soundcloud for one original single “Paralyzed”. Catch him at Backbooth on May 12th to celebrate the new single “Trouble” with a unique night of music, fashion, and art.