Flow, flow and again flow. LEA is the epitome of a creative serenity that flows into an album like “Fluss”. It is most likely like a fresh mountain spring that makes its way through stones, flowers and meadows. Nothing seems to stop her and the ideas just gush out of the young musician. With the last two albums LEA has earned a permanent place in German pop. On top of that, she has given many top hits not only her voice but also her talent for songwriting in recent years. Whether veterans like Max Raabe or rappers like Capital Bra or Casper - at LEA, inquiries come together. 

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Nevertheless, she reserves enough time for her own projects and has now released the fourth record in just five years with “Fluss”. It's a tribute to going on, because even though it's a lockdown album, Lea has focused on anything that breaks the perceived stagnation. How much she is in the "flow" became clear from the first two singles at the latest. Because the Casper feature “Black” and the title “If you let me” could hardly be more different. Sometimes she toying with rich, powerful beats and then there are the little piano runs and the heavy accents on the grand piano that LEA carries so deeply in her musical DNA.

But not only from Casper LEA got support, also from the newcomer Luna and from Antje Schomaker. Together they each delivered songs full of feminine energy that get under your skin. In collaboration with Antje Schomaker the two really celebrated themselves. "L&A" is a song on which the two show what they can do. Their voices complement each other wonderfully. They playfully throw the balls to each other. A song about friendship, going through the night and turning it into day. "Kisses like poison" with Luna, on the other hand, is a heartbreak song like it is in the book. With a dull beat, sluggish accompaniment and again and again an intense two-part voice and the distinctive, broken rap of Luna.

LEA and Antje are a dream team

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“Fluss” is as multi-faceted as you can imagine an album, and yet the songs seem to be very easy, very natural to merge. "Fluss" lives up to its name. And if you miss the piano-mad sequences of LEA, LEA has another one for you Piano session recorded. She demonstrates that these songs work fantastic even without the opulent production.