Los Angeles artist Saro has debuted a brand new song, “Sky Doesn’t Blue,” the first single to be released from his upcoming sophomore EP. This single is the first release we’ve seen from Saro since his 2016 introduction to the music scene.
“Sky Doesn’t Blue” is as haunting as it is entrancing. Saro’s intense, mournful vocals pull you deep into to the mesmerizing track, “the sky doesn’t blue like it used to” he croons. Light electronic production is sprinkled in to keep the listener in a delicate limbo state between bliss and melancholy. Pigeons and Planes calls the track “a brooding work in noir-pop” and they couldn’t be more spot on.
Saro released his debut EP, In Loving Memory, December of last year along with a full visual accompaniment. Driven by hit singles “TEST” and “Looking,” the Robin Hannibal executive-produced EP has been described as a deeply cathartic work that explores the various stages of mourning. Saro also performed at SXSW 2017, and will be playing live at Northside Festival in Brooklyn this weekend, as well as in LA the weekend following.
Experience the breathtaking “Sky Doesn’t Blue” below:
Be sure to catch Saro live this summer:
Sat, June 10 // Brooklyn, NY @ Northside Festival
Wed, June 14 // Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo