Sarantos (we’ve all got) blind spots

Sarantos serves up a multi-purpose genre and vibe that drives and combines to make a great indie, alternative pop-rock song. Inspiration comes by the way of Queens mighty Bohemian Rhapsody and the living legend Elton John. The latest cut has a powerful message letting us know how important is to chill and focus on the facts instead of opinions, “We’ve all got blind spots” explains the meaning of the ego when you don’t realize yourself. Something that’s very common these days.

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It’s easy to enjoy the message of the song and the music itself.

A bit of history: Sarantos is an award-winning solo music artist, singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist; working hard to always release new songs. With a unique sound that has been best described by industry insiders as “an emotionally powerful vocal style masterfully united with music that is a fusion of classic 80s rock blended with modern soft rock and pop music!”. He has already released more than 10 albums over the last 6 years while getting numerous key media placements. In 2017, Sarantos came ever so Increasingly close to his first Grammy nomination with having two songs accepted, getting to the final 300 and the last round of voting!

As a musician, he describes himself not only as a professional songwriter but also a poet and producer. Sarantos is really not afraid to express his creativity and you can catch this vibe in his new song which is getting worldwide recognition.

Check his new music video below and follow him on the socials for more updates.

Until next time!

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