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Premiere: Saro Drips & Strips Down For 'Vapor'

Photography: Josh Nixon

The LA-based singer's new visual is all about sultry, skin-baring emotion. 

While fallen angels, bleeding love, and falling walls may find a home in the lyrics of Saro's "Vapor," the new music video is all about sultry, skin-baring emotion.

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Drenched and laid bare, the Los Angeles-based artist has returned with a new visual for the single off of his Boy Afraid EP. "This wasn't my first rodeo," he explained of the sensual new visual. "I default to nudity because, while fashion trends go out of style, skin is timeless."

Surreal and alien are two words that fit the mood as he sings through the moody feelings he's become known for but, with this new video, he's leaving the doom and gloom of past tracks behind.

"It's about being trapped in a dark place by past traumas and the rebirth that has to take place to move on from them. The process of learning to stand on your own again," he said. "Yes you will fall on your face and your thoughts may try to kill you, but eventually it will all come to pass."

Watch the premiere of his video for "Vapor" below.

Director: Merlin Camozzi
Producer: Linda Christina Riedmann
Director of Photography: Julia Swain

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