Brooding electronic pop marks the return of Saro.
After leaving a dent in the emerging pop scene at the end of last year with debut EP In Loving Memory, Saro seemingly dropped off the radar entirely for the first half of 2017. However, it seems that the artist used this radio silence as a well-timed opportunity to hone his craft and develop a down-tempo sound that is as compelling as it is emotive.
Sky Doesn’t Blue is the embodiment of this time well spent. Marking a return to the pop scene, the track masterfully combines a down-tempo beat with sophisticated synth lines, a yearning vocal bursting with passion and a choir of electronic sounds that climb over each other to inject the track with energy.
The track is a flawless concoction of electronic beauty, pop excitement and self-reflective sadness that will invade your heart for a number of contrasting reasons.