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Salt Ashes Goes All Out in new Single

Salt Ashes is the musical project of Brighton-based Veiga Sanchez, who burst into the electronic/dance music scene in 2014 with her signature dark synth-pop melodies and zeitgeist club sound – all of which is inspired by Giorgio Moroder’s blend of disco and epic dark atmospheres.

Salt Ashes has been working over the summer in preparation to release ‘Go All Out’ on 12th October 2018. Whilst featuring her signature dark synth-pop sound, the new single is led by ear-catching tropical and uplifting keys that loop repetitively over contemplative lyrics.

On the motivation behind ‘Go All Out’, Salt Ashes states,

“‘Go All Out’ is a song about what I would say to my younger self if I had the opportunity to. I don’t like regrets and think they are destructive but it’s nice to reflect on what I would say if I could do it all over again”

In 2015, Salt Ashes continued to build her unique blend of dark synth-pop with her single ‘Raided’, a Spotify favourite which also had support from BBC Introducing and was play-listed on BBC Radio 1Xtra. The singer also contributed her writing and vocal talents on label-mate Kristian Nairn’s single entitled ‘4Love’, and rising producer CRUELS’ single ‘Give It Up’, both of which received massive support worldwide.

Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/saltashes/go-all-out

Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/79T92A1ifGkJ6aH3ESLVc5?si=WHGVzgxSRpCWraJN2bknCQ

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