Today, Texas-based psychedelic songweavers Leon III (pronounced Leon the Third) are thrilled to announce their third full-length studio album along with the release of the album’s opening, two-song suite; “Mannequins” and “Dogwood Blooms.”
The new album, Something Is Trying To Change My Mind is due out everywhere on October 13 via Monosonic Records / Soundly Music.
Today, the Texas-based alt/psyche act Leon III shares their version of Jane’s Addiction’s “Summertime Rolls.” Leon III’s Andy Stepanian says the song came together on a whim during a day off in Charlotte, NC. “ I had revisited Jane’s Addiction’s first few albums a bunch in recent months,” says Stepanian, “I kept coming back to Summertime Rolls and thinking about how it could be a Leon III song. It rocks but there’s a looseness to it too that I like.” Leon III is known for its expansive musical explorat
Kai's syncopated, and expressive take on the song is the perfect amount of weird synthy articulation to uncover brand new musical flavors of the 9-minute track.
Leon III, the Texas-based genre-exploratory outfit led by Andy Stepanian (vocal, guitar, keyboard, piano, omnichord) and Mason Brent (guitar, bass, vocal, banjo) who were both members of Wrinkle Neck Mules, a long running Virginia based band with a significant cult following, and founders of the popular Austin apparel brand Howler Brothers are thrilled to release their highly anticipated sophomore album, Antlers in Velvet.
The Texas-based Leon III is trying to stay warm during one of the worst winters the state has seen... ever. The show must always go on, and today, Leon III is very excited to share their song “Skeletal Pines,” which premiered exclusively via The Vinyl District earlier this week. “Skeletal Pines” is the newest song to be released from the band’s forthcoming album Antlers in Velvet, due out on March 5.
Today, Leon III released “This Whisper Is Ours,” the second glimpse at Leon III’s forthcoming album Antlers In Velvet, due out on March 5. "This Whisper Is Ours” is a song that dives into the mechanics of secrets between people. “It’s a song about a secret between two people that turns out to be a total misconception. But, they believe it and navigate their lives around this false truth nonetheless,” says Andy Stepanian. An action that happens daily, and one that anyone can relate to.
Psychedelic rock with Americana undertones is how Andy Stepanian describes his band’s newest song and forthcoming album. “Fly Migrator”, with it’s Dead-like guitar preamble, stretches over nine minutes and establishes the sonic ground for Leon III’s forthcoming album, Antlers in Velvet. This is the first song released from the album and the first from Leon III since their 2018 debut.