|Song title||Bars and Melody win VideoDays PlayAward (24/8/17)|
|Tags||Bars and Melody, Leondre Devries, Charlie Lenehan, Hopeful, PlayAward, Anti-bullying|
Bars and Melody—Leondre Devries and Charlie Lenahan—win a PlayAward at VideoDays 2017.
After concluding their set with their anti-bullying song Hopeful, Leo and Charlie are surprised on stage to be told they are the winners of the 2017 PlayAward in the International category.
The award was presented by German YouTuber and author, and founder of VideoDays, Christoph Krachten.
The boys also performed two of their other songs, Live Your Life and Thousand Years—both from their soon-to-be-released album Generation Z—at the VideoDays 2017 event, in the German city of Cologne.
Bars and Melody are Leondre Devries and Charlie Lenehan, a rapping and singing duo who were Britain's Got Talent 2014 finalists.
After the show, Bars and Melody were signed by Simon Cowell. Their début, anti-bullying single Hopeful came out in July 2014.
Leo and Charlie have since released further singles, their début album 143 and their Teen Spirit EP, have toured extensively across the world; and have a huge fandom, not only in the UK, but also, especially, in Poland and in Japan, where they have made two albums with Avex, one of Japan’s largest record labels.
Bars and Melody’s new album Generation Z is due out in September and can be pre-ordered now.
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