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Sarantos Does Not Disappoint With “I Never Catch The Train”

“Sometimes that light at the end of the tunnel is a train.” – Charles Barkley.

The above statement opens up when you click on to listen to the brand-new single from Sarantos, “I never catch the train.” The folk-country-meets-pop song already has over 1000 views on Youtube, which does not stop Sarantos from releasing new music every month.

He is an international award-winning solo music artist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He writes comic books, is a radio show host, poet, and a part-time spy, who has never ceased to amaze his fans with what he delivers each time. That is the case with his latest, “I Never Catch The Train,” released by Sarantos Melogia on May 3rd, through

International Award-winning Sarantos

Sarantos’ passion for music began before the introduction of technology that we have today. He had a passion for music before he knew what precisely the word “love” meant. He wrote his first lyrics as a small child, while people-watching in his mom and pop’s family diner. Sarantos always worked and helped his parents at the restaurant, as a cook, dishwasher, or cashier. In those early days, instead of an iPhone or Ipad, all he had was a pad of paper, a loose-leaf sheet, or sometimes a napkin, to write down lyrics feverishly.

With over 12K youtube subscribers, Sarantos has continued to release a new song, music video, book chapter, and poem every month, while shaping music to life. Sarantos has released 14 albums with 178 original tracks and seven fiction/fantasy books that parallel the songs, in only seven years. He has had numerous media placements for his songs, instrumentals, and cues.

Every year, until the day he dies, he has promised to release a new song and lyric video on the first week of the month, a new music video on every second week of the month, and a new book chapter the third week of the same month. This will come with a new “Uncut behind the scenes” video and poem in the last week of the month. All this, from each month will be included onto the album released every November, along with a surprise instrumental CD.

With May being a new month, Sarantos did not disappoint his fans. The multi-talented songwriter and radio host of “The Songwriter Show’ on number 1 ranked Pesmous radio, with listeners in over 206 countries worldwide, and in every state in the US, released “I never catch the train.”

This new folk-country pop song describes how hard it gets when you miss someone dearly. The world keeps turning, the seasons keep changing, and if you sleep for a few minutes, you might not catch the train on time. He puts a smile on so many kids’ faces by donating a percentage of profits from the song to the Smile Train for Cleft Palate children.

Watch the lyric video to this new single and check out for other resources released monthly.

–Andre Wug



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