Solo, the artist known to his parents as Giuseppe Galato, has released a new video for his new track Don't Shoot The Piano Player (It's All In Your Head), which you can watch below.
"I’ve always been a fan of 60’s psychedelia: those out of the box sounds and atmospheres have fascinated me since forever," says Solo. "It’s only natural for me to write a song drawing inspiration from those textures, rolling out to the “psychedelia factor” by adding spatialisation of binaural kind, in such a way that the sounds wouldn’t just go right to left (and vice versa), but totally wrap the listener.
"While writing Don't Shoot The Piano Player (It's All In Your Head) I was thinking about Their Satanic Majesties Request by Rolling Stones, album that I loved and I wore out, in my teens: for me the highest point of their career, no matter what their detractors might say. Little by little, I managed to include ever more psychedelic elements which have, later on, driven the work towards a direction closer to the sonic frenzy in Tomorrow Never Knows by The Beatles."
Solo plans three more single releases this year with a full album to be released early in 2022.