‘Didn’t See It Coming’ sees Salt Ashes deliver dark melodic beats and smooth vocals

The London based, Brighton born singer Salt Ashes (aka Veiga Sanchez), burst into the dance music scene with her first full self-titled debut album back in 2016, produced by the late Daniel Fridholm (aka Cruelty), which quickly gained popularity amongst music fans worldwide.

She has toured with artists such as Tove Styrke, Say Lou Lou, Nimmo, Bright Light Bright Light, 80s pop sensation Tiffany and most recently with Goldfrapp on their UK tour.

After the instant success of February’s ‘Body Says’, London-based singer/songwriter Salt Ashes shares her latest radiant single ‘Didn’t See It Coming’.

Showcasing her expert approach towards marrying beautiful dreamlike vocal melodies with huge electronic dance rhythms, Salt Ashes takes a new approach to the staple love song, creating something more personal in every way.

With her signature sound of dark-rhythmically pulsing dance music at play, Salt Ashes lets loose with exhilarating bass and drum kick-offs, whilst biting synths provide a breath taking floor for her airy floating vocals to dance across.

‘Didn’t See It Coming’ sees Salt Ashes deliver dark melodic beats and smooth vocals

Her lyrics are powerful and compliment the visuals and story brought to life by the accompanying music video.

As she explains further, ” ‘Didn’t See It Coming’ is my f*cked up version of a love song. It’s how an unexpected love managed to pull me away from a way of life I thought I wasn’t ready to leave until they slapped me in the face… metaphorically, of course.”

Fusing together an array of influences like Bjork, Depeche Mode and Change, has seen Salt Ashes perfect her craft, creating introspective electronic/dance music with a dark, disco-esque flair. Praise has come from far and wide for the artist since her first release back in 2014.