Sali Bracewell is a Welsh/Australian singer-songwriter fast becoming known for her haunting Ethereal Folk style and for singing emotive ballads in her native tongue.
She has performed in ancient castles, at festivals throughout Australia and the UK and at 5* Resorts across the globe. Her song 'Cwch Bach Coch' (Little Red Boat) gained traction on streaming platforms for its rarity as an original track written in the ancient Welsh language.
Another of her singles, Draculeic Chancers, an ode to an old Welsh hamlet, has been played at the Australian Cricket.
Though gaining a prolific understanding of classical and contemporary music as a child, Sali's performing career truly began in New Orleans and the snowy mountains of BC, Canada in 2015 and has since flourished to accommodate two releases, her current release and debut album 'Kismet', produced by Greg O'Shea (K-Os) and Paul Ruske in addition to her E.P 'Human', released in 2016. Her third body of work is in production with the infamous Govinda Doyle and collaboration from Brisbane based glitch-electro producer Lalka.
This year will see Sali performing a residency in the Australian Ski resorts with the virtuosic 12 string guitar player, Jordan MAC, and sharing her wares across the East Coast of Australia and Britain whilst continuing production on her next release.
"Sali Bracewell is an artist of uncommon magic. A pianist of great facility, a songwriter of cinematic scope and possessed of a voice which seems to call from another time." -Karl S Williams