Brighton based electronic singer-songwriter, Salt Ashes has released her highly anticipated self-titled debut album on Radikal Records. The songstress released her extraordinary lead single "Save It", this past May, receiving rave reviews from the UKs discovery site Record of the Day, "..now comes this brilliant on-trend banger with one hell of a chorus and everything required to be an instant worldwide smash. Calvin Harris would probably kill for this tune," along with US taste-makers Idolator, "Salt Ashes whipped up a firecracker with her new single." The debut stays true to Salt Ashes signature dark songs and melodies with a zeitgeist club sound, inspired by Giorgio Moroders blend of disco and epic dark atmosphere.
Salt Ashes fourteen track album includes 3 previously released tracks including "Somebody", "If You Let Me Go", a Top 5 record on both Billboard and Music Week Dance Charts, and "Raided", a BBC Introducing and Spotify Fan Favorite. When asked to describe her upcoming debut album, Salt Ashes stated, "Im very excited to be able to share my debut album with everyone this summer. The songs are like a magnifying glass into the past 5 years of my life so Im hoping people will enjoy getting to know me and my mind a little better."
Salt Ashes music is about love, loss, heartbreak, finding and losing yourself. Drawing influences from Depeche Mode and Martha Graham, the debut album reminds you of the likes of Tove Lo, Kylie Minogue Grimes, and Lykke Li and establishes Salt Ashes as an exciting artist to watch in the electronic music scene in 2016 and beyond.