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“Who Knows” is the newest Alternative Electronica track from luliano

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This is very odd because this is a genre that hasn't really gotten much praise lately. Well, more of a spotlight than praise because it's very well loved by its followers. of Alternative Electronica/ Folk music with luliano as he just released his newest track, “Who Knows”. Before we begin, let’s get to know luliano a little bit better and get to know how he got inspired. Rocker luliano released his first EP, Hidden Roots, to showcase his intimate vocals and his cryptic lyrics but he has decided that “Who Knows” would be the best single to show first. The lyrics shows how we morph ourselves along our journey before we are able to find our way back to our norm.

Creative luliano believes that this track is a true testament of who he is, it encompasses everything he has done up to this point in his life. He wants us all to approach our lives with this sort of mindset, a mindset that we must live and put forth our best foot forward so that we have nothing to regret, nothing we wish we could have done.

He is a fan of Progressive Rock, Jazz, ande Soul – having a strong urge to perform his love in clubs. He states that “Who Knows” came to him in a dream. This dream was able to spark a dramatic journey that brought to light that sexy music that comes out of your speakers as soon as you hit the play button below. You’ll hear his expertise in guitar, but it will surprise you that it’s not the instrument he’s pretty familiar with. He uses the sounds of the guitar to help navigate his lyrics. We must admire his keen interest and courage to explore all the realms of creativity to come up with new and exciting music.

Let’s all jump on the journey with luliano and explore “Who Knows” below.

https://open.spotify.com/album/0edAuwvPA4x5xuditD4THb?si=ZwSIjjJYTsefdTAzzv1e3g

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