Solarrio's new track feels like a Synthpop oasis in a modern musical landscape

David Barenboim, the creative force behind Solarrio, has recently unleashed 'Forever,' a synthpop gem that not only pays homage to the eighties but also carves its own niche in the contemporary musical landscape.

Solarrio's musical trajectory has been anything but conventional. From his roots in classical music to his stint as one of Germany's sought-after hip-hop producers, his diverse background permeates every note of 'Forever'. The track seamlessly blends eighties-inspired synthpop with a modern edge, creating a sonic landscape that feels both nostalgic and refreshingly current. It's a testament to Solarrio's ability to transcend genre boundaries and create a sound uniquely his own.

The magic of 'Forever' lies not only in its genre-defying nature but also in the collaborative synergy between Barenboim and Craig Walker. What was once an instrumental piece tucked away in the archives gained new life and vitality through their collaboration. The addition of live saxophone adds an extra layer of richness, elevating the track to new heights. The song also stands as a testament to the power of artistic collaboration and the alchemy that occurs when creative minds converge.

As fans revel in the euphoria of 'Forever,' anticipation builds for Solarrio's upcoming album, 'All The Wrong Places', set to release in 2024.

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