The S.L.P. shares latest single from debut record ‘((trance))’


With the release of his anticipated debut solo record The S.L.P. on August 30 Kasabian mastermind Serge Pizzorno, aka The S.L.P., releases new single ‘((trance))’.

The fourth track to be taken from The S.L.P., ‘((trance))’ is a dilerious end-of the-night, sun-going-down summer anthem.

Speaking of the track Serge said ‘there’s a kind of French sophistication to it, it’s quite laid back, but it’s still got an ending that’s huge and euphoric and anthemic’.

Listen to ‘((trance))’ by The S.L.P. on the Official Fantasy Premier League playlist on Spotify.

He continues ‘It lulls you in. It doesn’t really want to be an anthem, it wasn’t really supposed to be, but somehow, I got to the end and thought ‘this is huge’’.

Recorded and produced by Serge at his Leicester studio The Sergery ‘The S.L.P.’ is an 11-track trip across hip-hop influence, richly melodic moments, psychedelic-funk, new-wave and euphoric scenes.

Second single ‘Nobody Else’ is piano ballad turned sun soaked house banger follows first taste ‘Favourites’ featuring Little Simz. Other album highlights include ‘Meanwhile… At The Welcome Break’ – a collaboration with man of the moment slowthai – and psychedelic funk outs ‘The Wu’ and ‘Youngest Gary’.

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