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Serge Pizzorno has dropped his latest The S.L.P. track, ‘((trance))’

Read more about Serge's new project in the September issue of Dork.
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Published: 11:42 am, August 16, 2019
Serge Pizzorno has dropped his latest The S.L.P. track, ‘((trance))’

'Serge from Kasabian', operating under his new guise of The S.L.P., has released his new track ‘((trance))’.

It’s a cut from his upcoming self-titled debut solo album, set to arrive on 30th August, followed by a bunch of live dates throughout September.

The tour kicks off in Glasgow on 5th September, before heading to Manchester and Birmingham. It finishes off with two nights at Hackney's EartH:

SEPTEMBER
5 Glasgow SWG3
6 Manchester O2 Ritz
7 Birmingham O2 Institute
9 London EartH
10 London EartH

You can check out ‘((trance))’ below, and find out more about his new project in the September issue of Dork.

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