Ethereal folk and alt-pop singer songwriter, Sali Bracewell, fast becoming known for her haunting soundscapes, explorative lyricism and her use of the ancient Welsh language, has released her debut album to a ‘captive audience’ during the Covid19 pandemic.
Sali began her singing career busking on the streets of New Orleans six years ago. Forever a lover of music, she began studying classical piano in Wales at the age of 8, and continued to study music until leaving to pursue a passion in Fine Art at Camberwell College of Arts, London. She moved to Byron Bay in 2013 where her career blossomed and her appreciation of the Welsh language, forever encouraged by the Aussies, spawned the song ‘Cwch Bach Coch’ which translates to ‘Little Red Boat’, a song of lost love at sea.
The Official video clip to the single ‘Howl at the Moon’ can be found here…‘Howl at the Moon’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1JR1pH3KlE
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