Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Saransh 'Kiko' Agarwal

I've been thinking about this for a while and decided now would be a good time for me to talk about a friend of mine, His name is Saransh Agarwal and I met him last year as he moved over from India to come to University here in Worcester to study Business.

This picture says it all.

(Saransh isn't a geek this was at a murder mystery night)

Saransh is from India and has been writing music since he was 15, he has an album out already entitled "Sunburt" which can be downloaded here. He has told me in person that this album focuses on his thoughts and feelings he went through whilst coping with his parents split. It's a tough ordeal which I can relate to.

Alternatively you can listen to all his tracks here.

Here is one of the songs from his first album.

He is in the middle of writing a new album, the songs on his new album are amazing, he plays them to me on Skype and words cannot really describe this young artist's talent.

This second album focuses more on his time over here in Worcester, the people he's met, feelings and thoughts he has over various things/people, there are some pretty deep songs with a light and joyful sound. He may deny this but I can tell you now it is true.

He is meeting with an american producer on the 5th of august to see if he likes what Saransh has been working on, if he doesn't he is a fool. A friend of Saransh has also offered to help pay recording fees and the likes, if I had the money I would definitely invest is this beautiful talent.

Over here in Worcester we call him Kiko, it's his cute little nickname. Kiko is one of the coolest, down to earth, lads I have ever met and I am proud to call him a friend, he would always bring his guitar over before a night out and give us a few songs before we went out or he would walk over when we've got nothing planned and just come and jam for us whilst we chill around the house. I could literally just sit all day listening to this lad play his guitar all day every day.

He recently entered "Worcester's Got Talent" and made it to the finals, we all went to support him and we had the place rammed with Kiko fans.

Sadly I don't have any of his new songs recorded to share with you but I have provided his old album which shows you some of his talent, however I don't feel you'll understand how epic this lad is until his newest album is complete. I for one cannot wait.

I hope you enjoy Kiko as much as I do, he will be famous one day! You heard it here first!

Also, a fun little fact, Kiko doesn't sound Indian when he sings anymore! It's like he is an Englishman. Good ol' Kiko!


  1. Oh, wow. O.O Would he mind if I gave him some coverage on my blog? It's specifically about music, and I like that track a lot.

  2. Holy murtherfurker this is amazing. Seriously, I had to put off posting a comment because I didn't want to interrupt it, even for a second. I wish him nothing but the best of luck, he needs to be out there. If Dylan borrows him I want to borrow him too >_> It was just that awesome.

  3. Wow, he's really talented. I'll certainly remember where I heard it first, I'm sure it's not the last time.

  4. Kiko's really talented, and I hope he loses his accent!

  5. Thanks will :) thats sweet! and to all the others.. and no i wouldnt mind haha

  6. All I can say people is when his new album comes out you will fall in love all over again, the songs are truly amazing!

    Also a little fun fact: I have his guitar in my bedroom as he couldn't fly it back to India, mwuahahaha.

  7. Nice going, both with the blog and with the music. Hope you take time to visit my blog aswell :)

  8. Hey, dude, I didn't ignore your comment I just didn't see it initially.

  9. wow that is freaking amazing!

  10. To taste the fruit of yon celestal tree.