Leah Capelle is a pop/rock singer-songwriter from Chicago now based in Los Angeles.
Earlier this year, Capelle released a visual for “Settle Down,” a dauntless feminist ballad exploring identity, acceptance, and empowerment. We see Capelle completely vulnerable and exposed while also carrying a weight on her - a myriad of paint colors symbolizing societal projections and expectations placed mainly on women. The single - produced by Grammy-winning Jeff Bova (Eric Clapton, Celine Dion, Cyndi Lauper, Yoko Ono, Billy Joel, and many more) - dropped ahead of the new year along with Capelle’s giants EP. Often compared to early icons like Alanis Morissette and Fiona Apple as well as buzzworthy artists such as Phoebe Bridgers, Mitski, and Molly Burch to name a few, Capelle has grown her fanbase to nearly 25K on social media independently thus far and is using her platform to make her voice (and yours) heard. Capelle has since refined her alternative sound with a batch of new singles slated for release in 2019, and is hitting the road on a midwest tour in June and July.