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Check out the latest video for Serge Pizzorno's The S.L.P., 'Nobody Else'

It's the latest taster of his debut solo album, due next month.
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Published: 7:44 pm, July 24, 2019Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Check out the latest video for Serge Pizzorno's The S.L.P., 'Nobody Else'

Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno has debuted a brand new video for the latest single from his forthcoming solo album as The S.L.P.

The self-titled effort is set to arrive on 30th August, and has already been previewed by two tracks - the Little Simz featuring 'Favourites' and most recent cut 'Nobody Else'.

It's the latter which has just gained a new visual, directed by James Whitby and set in a crop circle. Because obviously.

Speaking of the track Serge explains, “I started to learn jazz chords,” he continues. “It’s so important, that innocence of just exploring and experimenting, when you’ve got that little part of you going, ‘can I get away with that?’”

Speaking about the project as a whole, he continues: “Moving forward, I’d like to collaborate more and open that door more. The S.L.P. project will become this sort of place I can go and just do whatever. It’s so important to have that my life in the band and my boys, that’s part of me that will be there forever, but then there’s something else I have to get out or I won’t be able to move forward.”

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