New Single out February
Multi award winning duo and powerhouse rockers, Salt and Steel fire up the stage with edgy and heavy esoteric sounds. Their music fuses heavy rock to the earthy and grounded sounds of tribal, blues and roots music. They deliver this with solid drums, guitar riffage and intoxicatingly fierce vocals.
In the past year, Salt and Steel have opened for the likes of Wolfmother, SuperJesus and You Am I to name a few. Having also released two singles with subsequent tour runs, they have garnered a huge new following and received airplay from Triple J and radio stations across the globe plus positive coverage from Australian press such as AAA Backstage, Scenstr and many more.
Known for a live show that is genuine and doesn’t hold back. It is clear that they love what they do from the contagious energy that they possess.
Salt and Steel evolved from an acoustic duo after the two desperately decided to give busking a go when their car had broken down. For Elle, drumming was a dream she thought never possible. But catching the fever, hand drums soon became not enough so she worked hard and soon replaced it with a kit.
“since I can remember I’ve always wanted to play drums and then finally the drums came to me.” - Elle
Now a powerful rock combo, they are working towards the release of their next single which will be followed by a national and International tour in 2020.
'Salt and Steel work so well together to bring the fire and flare. Their songs never hold back or pretend to be anything else but themselves.'
- Nkechi Anele, Triple J Roots n All
‘We need more artists like female duo Salt & Steel for their unquestionable desire to inspire through music, encouraging fans to seek their inner truth.’
- Charlie Dally-Watkins, Good Intent
"Hooked from the first time we heard them! Salt and Steel will light up any stage, anywhere with their energetic, foot stomping, sweet sounds. Captivating every audience, they don't disappoint.”
- Gavin Butlin, Founder of Airlie Beach Festival of Music
Salt & Steel are genuine and unique, taking out the Battle of the Buskers win with their energetic and captivating performance. The judges were unanimous, Salt & Steel stole the show!”
- Cindy Jensen, Buskers by the Creek Festival Director