“Snowblind” is out now on Mateo Sound
Queer LA-based electronic artist Saro is back today with his latest single, “Snowblind.” Brooding in dark electro-R&B vibes, the new song couples Saro’s stunning falsetto with a gorgeous, bass-heavy melody. The track is Saro’s fourth single of the year following “Die Alone,” “Somebody Like You,” and “Nothing Remains.” Saro’s last complete body of work, Boy Afraid – EP, was released in 2017.
On “Snowblind,” Saro is clearly embracing his vulnerabilities while exclaiming “I knew nothing about love / Why should I learn?” throughout the track. He’s highlighting “thinking I was incapable of love when a swift gust pushed me from the ledge, and I began to fall.” The track finds Saro channeling total Frank Ocean / James Blake vibes while singing about “love grabbing you by the throat right after you deny its existence.” Stream “Snowblind” below and keep an eye out for Saro at this year’s LA Pride.