Salt Ashes shares ‘Love, Love’ – rel 6.08.21

Love, Love (rel 6.08.21 via Radikal Records) is the second single taken from Salt Ashes highly anticipated upcoming 2nd album and the latest product of her mission to bring a refreshing and dark edge to the world of pop music. 

Listen to ‘Love, Love’ here

Love, Love is a hymn to unrequited love. Salt Ashes returns with her signature sound – smooth synth-pop blended with punchy bass lines, introspective lyrics and an immaculate self-confidence. 

Salt Ashes says: “This is a song for all the commitment-phobic people out there. I wrote it when I started dating an old friend… I couldn’t get my head clear on what I wanted, which is unusual for me, or the worry of it ruining our friendship if it didn’t work out. Normally I’d do a runner at the first sight of a relationship getting even slightly serious but this had me questioning whether to try staying for once and giving it a go.“ 

London-based, Brighton born singer Salt Ashes aka Veiga Sanchez, burst into the dance music scene with her first full self-titled debut album in 2016, produced by the late Daniel Fridholm (AKA Cruelty), which quickly gained popularity with music fans worldwide. She has since released a string of successful singles, with stamps of approval from tastemakers such as Spotify (NMF UK & The Pop List), The Guardian, Billboard, MTV, Attitude Magazine, NOISEY, Popjustice, Wonderland, CLASH, Missguided and BBC Radio (Introducing, Radio 1 & 1Xtra) as well as opening for artists such as Tove Styrke, Say Lou Lou, Nimmo, Bright Light Bright Light and 80s pop sensation Tiffany. With a new album on the horizon, it’s clear to see Salt Ashes is on the verge of becoming a household name.

“Sanchez’s trademark blend of dance music with darker themes comes across loud and clear…” – ​Billboard

“A pop star with immaculate self-governing credentials, equal parts charty and arty.” – The Guardian

“Salt Ashes identified both her sound and strength on a solid debut of alternative dance-pop, a vocal that sat in a sweet spot between Kelela and Kylie.” – The Line Of Best Fit

“Salt Ashes is the dame of dark pop…” – Wonderland

“She channels the glacial tones of Scandi-pop singers like MØ… adds a deeply organic and earthy element to the genre” – DIY

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