Saro Takes His Performance To Another Level At L.A. Pride! The Crooner Performs Music From His New EP "Die Alone"
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA –
“….The first time I saw Saro perform was as an opening act for a band playing at The Echo back in 2017. It was a wonderfully striking performance that revealed an authentic emotional maturity. It was indie-pop laced with a dark, enigmatic flare that really excited those in attendance with its mystery, myself included. At L.A. Pride!, Saro had an early afternoon performance, once again acting as an “opener” to whet the audience’s appetite for the music to come … but on a considerably larger stage, and on a much grander scale.
Backed by a full band and a cadre of nubile dancers, Saro graced L.A. Pride with his brand of dance-inducing, dark synth-pop. His voice, a delicate tenor, effused a dreamlike charm, and as bodies flailed, flew and fell around him as he sang, you could feel his confidence with every note.
Saro’s performance at L.A. Pride was also a kind of “reveal”, as his latest EP, Die Alone, was released that day. He was able to cull the dynamism from that album brought each song to life not only with his voice but also his movements. While I personally think that his music lends itself a little better to intimate settings, he was able to successfully bring that intimacy I remember from 2017 to the daylit main stage, surely earning him new fans. One notable fan who I noticed standing on the stage’s wing was Orange Is the New Black’s Laverne Cox. A pretty legit co-sign if you ask me…”
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