System of a Down frontman and solo artist in his personal proper Serj Tankian is placing out an avant-garde, extra digital solo album later this month and as such, he’s slowly releasing a brand new monitor from the EP Perplex Cities in consequence.
Earlier as we speak, the instrumentalist/artist/activist launched a black-and-white visualizer for “The Race,” which you’ll be able to try beneath.
As you’ll be able to inform from the tune in query, Tankian’s newest output is experimental in nature, but nonetheless profoundly reflective of the Armenian singer’s authentic model.
Over the previous couple of weeks, Tankian has been revealing the whole thing of his EP by way of that Arloopa app, with the intent being that he’d finally start trickling out the brand new songs by way of different means. That is the second tune to be launched outdoors of the augmented actuality app.
“I’m at all times making an attempt to create new and fascinating methods to attach with individuals through my music. We made some superb movies for the final EP Elasticity, so I needed to attempt one thing totally different for Perplex Cities. I like the concept of showing within the room with somebody listening to my music. It’s intimate, enjoyable, and totally different.”
Perplex Cities can be out on October 21 and out there to everybody through well-liked streaming platforms.
Serj Tankian, Perplex Cities
- Pop Imperialism
- The Race
- I Spoke Up
- Rumi Loves His Vehicles
- Forgive Me Father