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San Holo’s Powerful New Single, “NO PLACE IS TOO FAR” Is Finally Here

Allow San Halo, Whethan, and Selah Sol to send you through an emotional journey with their latest single, “NO PLACE IS TOO FAR,” out now on Helix Records.

Beyond being a mere song, “NO PLACE IS TOO FAR” represents a voyage into the realm of sound, emotion, and the threads that bind us.

San Holo, an artist known for pushing genre boundaries, joins forces with the imaginative ingenuity of Whethan and the soulful vocals of Selah Sol.

The result is a tantalizing fusion that seamlessly merges celestial melodies with cutting-edge production techniques. This sonic journey offers a glimpse into the future while maintaining a deeply resonant and profound quality.

Marking as the latest single from San Holo’s forthcoming album, EXISTENTIAL DANCE MUSIC, this new meaning of EDM is a crucial segment of the San Holo project and community.

San Holo explains; “Music has always been a way for me to express feelings that I can’t describe with just words… Words alone rarely capture something’s pure essence and music seems to get a lot closer to capturing those feelings. Life is so existential by nature.

Listen to “NO PLACE IS TOO FAR” by San Holo featuring Whethan and Selah Sol here now:

Written by
Emily Harvey

Aspiring Florida Journalist/Photographer enjoying the world and all the music it has to offer.

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