Clarence Valley Independent

Primal urge – Yamba Tavern Saturday March 10

“Foot stomping rhythms, empowering stories and rising vibrations” are powerhouse duo Salt & Steel’s hallmarks. Retelling sacred songs of the Earth and sea they capture and inspire a listener’s wild spirit, with a trademark sound informed by folk, rock, roots and world music.

“Whilst recognising and embracing the healing powers of music, Salt & Steel fill the space with a resonating, hypnotic presence, stirring and empowering the audience on a primal level,” they say. “Music has the power to heal and connect. We want to share it.”

The duo has won competitions such as Battle of the Buskers (BBTC 2016), ‘most deserving band’ at Byron Bay BluesFest Busking Comp and ‘Passport to Airlie Beach Festival of Music Battle of the Bands 2017.

Have a listen on Triple J Unearthed to prepare for their show at the Yamba Shores Tavern this Saturday night March 10; their debut EP is due out soon.

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