The Austrian musician SALÒ (height: 187 cm, favorite hobby: cell phone, center of life: Vienna) has big plans: The first own headline tour in Germany in April, which is almost sold out and had to be moved up in several cities. And then the album debut "SUBJEKTIV BETRACHTET", which will be released via MOM I MADE IT (Universal Austria).
SALÒ's songs are sometimes political, sometimes romantic, and often both at once. The sound combines punk and pop and ranges from gruff and angry to sugary and playful, without losing authenticity and identification value. With "SUBJEKTIV BETRACHTET" we are confronted with a meanwhile also sometimes thoughtful SALÒ, who reflects on what he has experienced and lived and addresses and processes topics such as brokenness and transience of human coexistence.
His live highlights include support shows on the German tour of Edwin Rosen, Milliarden and with the Viagra Boys, appearances at Hamburg's Reeperbahn and Dockville Festival and Vienna's Donauinselfest, as well as an EP release show that made Vienna's B72 explode. The supermarket love anthem "Apollonia Sitzt bei Edeka an der Kassa" featured on the "Rabatt" EP convinced not only celebrities like Felix Kummer, Oli Schulz or Jan Müller from Tocotronic but also a wide listener community beyond Austria's borders.