Leondis Releases Euphoric Debut Single “Trying Too Hard” with Over Easy ft. Britt Lari [PROXIMITY]


At only 19 years old, breakout DJ/producer Leondis is already making waves, since his remix of The Chainsmokers’ comeback single “High” went viral on TikTok. After exploding on the platform, the Leondis remix went on to officially release through Disruptor Records and garner support from The Chainsmokers live, as the remix of choice in their sets, including the Super Bowl LVI Tailgate Kickoff, EDC Mexico.

Prior to his “High” remix, Leondis also provided remixes of Cheat Codes & AJ Mitchell’s “Hate You + Love You,” and has received additional support from David Guetta, Steve Aoki, ILLENIUM, Loud Luxury, Dzeko, and more. When it comes to DJ sets, Leondis has headlined in Columbus, OH, and served as direct support at Daer Nightclub (with The Chainsmokers), Oasis Wynwood (with Kaskade), The Vanguard Orlando (with Two Friends), WTR Pool Tampa (with Cheat Codes), and Home Bass Festival (with Baauer & Keys N’ Krates). 

Now, he’s making his debut with his first original single “Trying Too Hard” on the prestigious Proximity label, a collaboration with Over Easy and vocalist Britt Lari. It’s a beautiful song from start to finish, packed with euphoric melodies while Britt’s vocals soars overtop. “Trying Too Hard” already feels like an instant hit and has us really excited to see what’s next for Leondis, who undoubtedly has a bright future ahead of him.

“It feels so good to get this song out into the world. It’s been 2 years of working on official remixes and crafting my sound to where it is now, and I am so proud of this song and the music I have on the way. Being able to work on it with Over Easy was amazing, as they were some of the first artists to give me the opportunity to do an official remix.  – Leondis

Listen below!

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