Fairytale on Fire is Edinburgh band SALT’s second vinyl-only record. It will be published on HX Records on May 15, 2022.
Rough Trade Records and certain record stores in Scotland will distribute this vinyl-only release.
The album features session work by the great Sal Bernardi, who has worked on records such as Rickie Lee Jones’ “Pirates.” Sharon Woods, a digital artist and photographer, and her husband, Robin Woods, make up SALT. Bassist Simon Kettles and drummer James King make up the rhythm section. Key textures were added by the multi-talented James King.
The songs will surely be a huge hit with fans. If you’re looking for new music, you might want to check out Fairytale On Fire by Salt. The band’s music has been described as a fusion of pop, rock, and blues. Their sound is characterized by a strong sense of rhythm and groove. They have a unique style of writing and performing that appeals to many different types of listeners.
The song explores the alternative rock genre with heavy chord progressions, yet it still has a peaceful atmosphere. It’s the kind of music that reminds you of some of the best indie rock, but it also showcases excellent musicianship and sound. It’s a pop-punk crossover that draws on influences from all over the world. The album is known for its emotional intensity and use of multiple influences to create songs that are both fresh and familiar.
The songs on Fairytale On Fire are very catchy and easy to sing along to. There are slow songs on the album as well, so you’ll have no problem singing along. The lyrics are also fun and enjoyable, and the overall feel is classic. If you’re looking for a summertime album, you’ll definitely enjoy Fairytale On Fire. The band’s sound is a unique blend of honest lyrics and raw guitars. There are 4 tracks on the album, including Boxcar, suffocate, tumbleweed and the sea wakes. These songs are a great way to get yourself in the mood for something to dance to and sing along.
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Photo credits: Liz Tainsh
More information about SALT here : https://salt.sunnyleith.co.uk/