Sylo’s “AIR” Critiques Getting Caught In A Routine

[Cover photo credit to Colin Tchang, Moonbase]

Korean-Canadian Alternative R&B artist Sylo has released his latest single AIR”, a ballad with orchestral accents. Standing for “ass in rotation,” “AIR” is Sylo’s account of “getting caught in a comfortably imperfect routine, unable to break the cycle”. The single is the first off of Sylo’s upcoming new EP blanket.

On the release of “AIR,” Sylo says:

Forcing yourself to stay when you know you gotta go is always tumultuous.

Earlier this year, Sylo released “Bento Box” / “American Idea” and “Millions” and in April and May, he also took to the road with MICHELLE for a North American tour run.

Raised in Toronto, Ontario, Sylo’s take on R&B is inspired by his environment. He was born into a Korean family with religious roots which inspired him to sing as a child in church services and learning several instruments at once. Sylo creates records from his own bedroom studio.

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