Save It" to be lifted from her self-titled debut album, released today via Radikal Records. The 14-track album also includes her 3 previously released tracks "Somebody", "If You Let Me Go", a Top 5 record on both Billboard and Music Week Dance Charts, and "Raided", a BBC introducing and Spotify fan favorite.
Speaking on the track, Salt Ashes says:
"I love performing 'Whatever You Want Me To Be', which is actually one of the slower ones on the album. But I just really like getting into it and connecting with the song, even though it’s not a personal subject. It’s actually about a documentary I saw on Edie Sedgwick. It's about my take on what I thought she might have been feeling in that particular documentary. But I just love performing it. I like the build, the crescendo, and the actual production of it, which I can really connect to."
Listen to "Whatever You Want Me To Be" below.
Purchase a copy of Salt Ashes' debut album on iTunes or Bandcamp.
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