Abraham Perillo-Williams, otherwise known as The Space Prince, takes listeners for a walk through their mind during their 17-track-long album “Psycha.” 
The Space Prince brings a breath of fresh air into the Worcester music scene by bringing forth versatile sounds with the main genre of pop, using elements of house, disco and rock.
Williams, who makes music as a form of personal self-expression and sexuality, describes their music as “spacey” and “spiritual,” as heard in their song “Let the Light In” where Williams is heard begging his soul to literally let the light in and accept life for what it is: “Feel the wind blow, watch your life go, until you have none to give.” 
According to Williams, “I also use my music to explore more of my submissive side because I don’t really get to do that in person. I’m more of a dominant type for sure,” which can be understood through their lyrics in the song “Sub” as well as in “Super Nova,” which will be released in October.
“I’ve always listened to really ‘gay’ music so to speak. A lot of Lady Gaga and Beyoncé and all those genres that blend into pop, and then I started getting more into electronic. At first my music was really theatrical and then a year into it I started getting a little more cohesive with what I wanted to do, and started bringing more electronic elements in,” they said. 
After “Psycha” released in March 2021, Williams dropped the full story deluxe edition of the album in February 2022 before re-releasing their favorite four songs, “Alien,” “Orbit,” “Took a Tab” and “Psycha” in late summer 2022.
According to Williams, “I worked a lot during the pandemic because I was in such fear of being around people that I just kind of withdrew into myself, and my close friendship circle kind of dissipated, so I met myself with the music. It was a really hard time honestly. So I threw myself into my music to lower all the silence. 
“My first album (‘Psycha’) was all one giant endorphin rush, and I designed it to be that way, because ‘Psycha’ is about me emptying a lot of the traumas and stuff that I had, but at the same time I needed it to hit the way I needed it to. I knew in my heart some of those songs deserved better than I could give at the time, especially with this electronic music resurgence that is happening right now, it seemed like the perfect time,” Williams said.

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