Music Existence Features Salt Ashes’ ‘Save It’
Brighton-based songstress Salt Ashes recently debuted her new single ‘Save It,’ which is the lead single off of her self-titled debut album due out July 2016. Music blog, Music Existence, has featured Salt Ashes’ “firecracker” new single. Below you can check out some of the feature, but be sure to head over to MusicExistence.com to read the full article.
For fans of Kylie Minogue, Tove Lo, Grimes, and Lykkie Li, her self-titled debut album, produced by Daniel Fridholm (AKA Cruelty) and Rob Irving, bursts into the dance and pop music scene with her signature blend of darks lyrics and melodies, complimented by a zeitgeist club sound, all inspired by Italian producer/songwriter Giorgio Moroder’s unique blend of disco and epic dark atmospheres.
“‘Save it’ is about fighting for a love that others don’t approve of but it’s so etched into your skin and soul that you can’t think or do anything else,” Salt Ashes tells Idolator. “I co-wrote the song with Rob Irving(House of Emeralds) within a couple of really chilled sessions, and the first thing we created was the baseline, which we fell in love with. After that, the lyrics and everything else flew out pretty quickly.”
“I’m very excited to be able to share my debut album with everyone this summer,” Salt Ashes notes. “The songs are like a magnifying glass into the past five years of my life so I’m hoping people will enjoy getting to know me and my mind a little better.”
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Listen to Salt Ashes’ ‘Save It’ on SoundCloud below:
“Save It” is available now along with additional remixes, including remixes from Cruelty, Italian Disco Mafia, Giuseppe D., Funky Junction and more. The single is available for digital purchase on Bandcamp,Beatport, and iTunes. It is also available for streaming on SoundCloud and Spotify.