The singles "I Couldn't Care Less" and “Told You So” from Leslie’s first album became instant airplay hits and earned her a nomination for an "ECHO" Award, the most important Music Award in Germany, in the category "Best Female Artist National".
She performed at various well-known festivals such as Rock am Ring, Rock im Park, Reeperbahn Festival, Dockville, Immergut and Eurosonic. In addition there were several headline tours and support slots for artists like Phoenix, Keane and Joss Stone.
Following the success of her first album, Leslie Clio released her second record “Eureka” (Universal Music) in spring 2015 in GSA, written and produced all over the globe, which charted at #13. The first single “My Heart Ain’t That Broken” became another top 50 airplay song and has exceeded more than 15 million streams on Spotify by now.
With her current album "PURPLE" Leslie Clio continues her international approach and started the writing process for her new record in Hawaii. Following writing sessions with swedish producer Per Eklund in Stockholm, Blair Mackichan in London, Germany’s new indie wunderkind Drangsal and Swedish recording artist Chris Olsson.