Saro Is His Own Voyeur in Surreal ‘Please’ Music Watch

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Queer LA-based digital artist Saro unleashes his innermost ideas and feelings within the weak monitor “Please." Saro’s signature darkish sound that was current in his earlier EPs, In Loving Memory and Boy Afraid, persists on this new single and its music video.

The video opens with a watch peering via a small gap, as Saro wanders via a shadowy maze. As he walks inside the labyrinth, he sees an ear within the gap and begins to whisper the track’s pre-chorus into it.

“But it’s all for you, can I be sufficient?” he questions earlier than breaking out into the track's refrain.

The surreal music video was impressed by "the dearth of privateness in our digital lives and the way we so simply get misplaced in a labyrinth of the persona we create," says the video's director, Alex Cook. "In the visible, we observe Saro via a wierd, shifting maze filled with obscured figures and gazes that observe his each transfer, although in the long run it’s all a creation of his personal projection."

Saro provides that it's about "getting so misplaced within the persona you’ve created that you just turn out to be an observer of your self. How it looks like each motion is being surveilled always. Voyeurs casting judgment via peepholes with their identities veiled."

Since its launch, “Please” has made Spotify’s New Music Friday, racking up over 500,000 streams. Saro plans to proceed releasing singles till his third EP drops in March.

Watch the video for “Please” under: