Cléo is not a “why?” type of girl. Cléo is a “why not?” girl. Pop is her passion, rock is her destiny and with a Latin looseness running in her veins and the northern punch taking over her body, a perfect power pop storm is formed. She’s not here to take part, she’s here to take over with loud guitars, screaming vocals and frenetic hip moves. The newest dirty pop sensation promises to cure the world of boredom til 2027. And maybe cure lactose intolerance as well...

She's been on the road since 2013 performing in over 140 stages per year,  including  prestigious venues such as Olympia in Paris, O2 Academy in London, Bradesco Theatre in Sao Paulo, The Bitter End in New York, Alexandra Palace, 93 Feet East in London and countless venues around  the UK. She also had the pleasure to sing abroad in Spain, Italy and in festivals in Portugal, Latvia, France, Belgium, Chile, Peru, Brazil, Wales and England.

Cléo released her  first EP “Unlucky Girl” in 2013 and a single in 2015 called “Pinball Machine”. Both were received with praise by the public and industry, securing airplay on over 100 radios all over the world and a partnership with Cartoon Network. 

2016 started with her brand new single release: “Run This Town” a fresh, more mature and minimalist sound. But still packing a punch and loads of energy. It also opens the door to her brand new era: CREATURES.

Creatures is the title of Cléo's brand new audio-visual show released mid 2016 and up and coming EP to be released early 2017. Both walk a thin line between reality and fantasy bringing out the inner creatures inside of us to fight the manipulative media and society. This new sound can be described as dirty and careless pop with influences of late 90's punk pop and elements of eletro rock. This energetic new sound walks in perfect harmony with Cleo's pure Latin and pop explosion. 


Born in Santos, Brazil, Cléo is a professional singer, dancer, actress and performer. She started her career in Musical Theatre and soon was performing on big stages all over her country. She's been cast in many famous musicals such as Mamma Mia, Priscilla Queen of the Desert and others. But deep down inside she always knew that writing and performing original music was her true calling. In 2011 she decided to move to London, UK, to start her new journey as a singer/songwriter/performer. After a couple of years of studying and perfecting her craft, Cléo finally found her voice. Her music is a perfect artistic interpretation of her strong personality and she is best known for her powerful, energetic and magnetic stage presence.


Cléo also works as a songwriter and top-liner collaborating with professional producers, songwriters and DJ's such as Julian Grimm (UK), Yoni Collier (UK), Jeff Dembiak (USA), 9 Grams (France), Will Geraldo (Brazil), JP Ayub (Brazil), Franko Ovalles (Domican Republic) and others

Cléo  just signed a non exclusive production deal with Booshu Records in the USA and a non exclusive licencing deal with Soundcheque in the UK

Cléo' s latest track "Run this town" was selected to be the theme song of the brand new American web series "Danni's Bucket List", to premiere this summer.

Unlucky Girl was selected by Cartoon Network as part of the soundtrack for many of their events in Brazil,

Cléo's version of the iconic song "Poison" was praised by the one and only Alice Cooper during one of his interviews. Her video performing the cover has over 50k views on Youtube and counting.


The video below registers the first live performance of Cléo's brand new show " Creatures" at a packed 93 Feet East in London on a Thursday night. This show features songs from her up and coming EP and also new arrangements of her previous singles.

"Creatures" is like a sweet horror tale, an enchanted lullaby to the night life involved by an itchy and dirty pop-rock filled with ecstasy and emotion. 




"The moment I heard Cléo’s powerful opening to ‘Run This Town’ I knew we had to use it as the title track for Dani’s Bucket List. Cleo has the presence and power of a vocal rocket ship. There was never a doubt that ‘Run This Town’ was the perfect fit as the title track for Dani’s Bucket List. Cléo is powerful, sexy, fun, and one hell of a performer!” -Simon King, Director, Dani’s Bucket List (September 2016)

"It's not every day that you come across an unsigned artist that invests so much in their performance. With custom made outfits for the entire band, supporting dancers, beautiful choreography, fascinating video art and an entire set of original, pop-rocky music- Cléo mastered the stage of this popular Brick Lane venue." - Gili Dailes, Blogger (June,2016)

"Cleo has created an itchy, punk-pop slice of fun and should get any club bouncing from the walls but you'd be making a serious error if you sat down to consider the deeper meanings of this song." Roland Monger, Listen With The Monger (March 07, 2015)

"Cléo has a very refreshing sound and image!" Dene Michael, Minster FM

"Cléo is definitely bringing something new to the music table that will leave you piqued with intrigue." - Phoenix Music Online (April 28, 2015)

"It packs a punch and is full of attitude, have to say it’s grabbed me!" Chris Straw, Bauer Media

"The brazilian girl, Cléo, presents an energetic pop-rock, full of drums and a catchy chorus in her incredible new single "Unlucky Girl"." - Guilherme Tintel, Portal It Pop (Jun 30, 2013)

"Cléo is a singer that represents Brazil very well in England. She has just released he first single (and it's awesome) "Unlucky Girl". Cléo, you rock!" - Perí, MTV's Horizonte Vertical (Jun 28, 2013)

"Cléo is the one Brazilian pop singer you must know!" - Visao Pop

"Very lovely and cool, Cléo's look almost resembles Neon Hitch, but in a more urban way. Her vocals are way more advanced though." - Original Tune

"Her off the cuff performance will undoubtedly be a highlight of the year and put us all in the Xmas spirit." - Jar Music Live, O2 Academy

"With her red hair, infectious bubbly personality and great pop voice, Cléo makes an instant impression. Unlucky Girl is an excellent contemporary pop anthem with a catchy chorus and infectious marching percussion." - Richard Turner, PopLoveDance (Jul 07, 2013)