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Kaleo (stylized as KALEO) is an Icelandic blues/rock band that formed at Mosfellsbær in 2012. It consists of lead vocalist and guitarist JJ Julius Son (Jökull Júlíusson), drummer David Antonsson, bassist Daniel Kristjansson, and lead guitarist Rubin Pollock. They have released two studio albums, KALEO (2013) and A/B (2016), as well as an EP, Glasshouse (2013). A/B has sold over one million albums worldwide. One of the singles from A/B, "Way Down We Go", has been certified platinum in the US and reached #1 on the Billboard Alternative Chart on 20 August 2016. KALEO received a Grammy nomination in 2017 for Best Rock Performance for the song "No Good."

KALEO quickly rose to alternative rock prominance with the global success of their 2016 breakthrough album, A/B. Recorded in Nashville alongside producer Jacquire King, with additional contributions from Mike Crossey, Arnar Guðjónsson and band members, A/B went on to be certified Gold in the U.S. with its trio of hit singles - the Platinum-certified “Way Down We Go,” Gold-certified follow-up “All The Pretty Girls”, and Grammy-nominated “No Good”. Known for their electrifying live performances, KALEO completely sold out their first U.S. headline tour and was a standout at music festivals such as Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo. The band has ammassed over 820 million global streams, 27 international certifications, and countless sold out headline shows spanning London to Moscow. With the band recently wrapping up their nearly non-stop touring schedule in support of A/B over the past 2+ years, Julius Son has returned to the studio and is currently working on the much anticipated follow-up, due out in 2019.

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