Bringing a song about the situation we’re living globally, ‘What We’ve Got’ is a pop acoustic song, signed by the Spanish artist Leire, about “the situation that the world is experiencing at the moment, teaching us the value of what we’ve got. It’s an honest, real song. Easy to listen to.”

So Leire speaks about her debut single, where she describes how relationships are, now that everyone must stay home and brings up the positive side of it.

Born in a small fishing town, the Spanish singer-songwriter Leire seems to bring sea salt with her, while she emerges on the music scene with the new single ‘What We’ve Got’.

Based in London, her raspy yet emotional vocals busking in Leicester Square brought her all the way to sharing the stage with Tom Walker, Rag’n’Bone Man, Gang of Youths, Jake Bugg and Travis for The Worlds Big Sleep Out. A childhood of country music in the car led her to bring Taylor Swift’s melody lines and storytelling into her songwriting. Followed and mixed up with Lewis Capaldi’s emotive pop influence and Camila Cabello’s latin and electronic pinch. She signed to Agapein Producciones SL at the age of 19 and released an album behind the stage name LeAnn Wilde.

Listen now to ‘What We’ve Got’, the debut single from Leire, and find out more about her music, checking the links below:

Leire // What We've Got - single cover