Leonie Prater

Singer Songwriter

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Leonie Prater



Leonie Prater is a 25 year old singer songwriter based in the south west of England. Born in Dorchester and living in Dorset.  At age 4 her family decided to move back to Switzerland where she was raised and discovered her passion for music. At age 12 she created her first song and carried on writing until now. In 2017 and 2018 Leonie played several little festivals all around Switzerland including Openair St.Gallen, Vorstadtsounds, Chräen Openair etc. Since July 2019 Leonie is back in the UK and started to write new music. Her songs are all based on everyday situations and personal stories. 

Her first album will be released on March 12th 2021 and is called Metamorphosis.





Dorset UK 



Singer - Songwriter, Indie - Folk, Alt - Pop


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After releasing The River on November 2020. Leonie collaborated with one of her best friends (Manuel Gasser) in Switzerland. Back in 2017 they started recording a version of the song The River. They both decided that now is the right time to release this new version. 

Dreamy synths, chilled out beat and spacey backing vocals makes it really easy to listen to this track.  

The River was released on November 20th 2020. It is a song about friendship and letting go of friendship. Inspired by her brother's trip to Canada with his 5 friends where they built a float to travel 600km down the Yukon. 

The cracking sound of stone is one of the first songs Leonie wrote when she came back to the UK. It is about finding a home where you feel at peace. 

On the upcoming album you will find that this track has a new name: Courshay

Leonie Prater released Metamorphosis (Single) back in August 2020. It is the same name as the album which will be out on March 12th 2021. 

This song tells a story about a person suffering from schizophrenia and depression. 

Loosing her mum to suicide back in 2019 this song helped Leonie cope with loss and death.  








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