Sali Bracewell is a Welsh/Australian singer-songwriter and pianist. Currently based in Byron Bay, Australia, Sali performs regularly throughout Australia and the UK where she will often be found
singing in her native tongue, the ancient Welsh language. She has shared the stage with the likes of The Dalai Lama, Tash Sultana, Eileen Jewell, Julien Baker, Olympia and Lior and performed at Festivals, Castles, Conferences and Weddings.
Sali’s debut album Kismet is set for imminent release. She has been working on this alongside Melbourne based producer, Greg O’Shae, critically acclaimed for his production work on
the platinum-selling albums Joyful Rebellion (2004) and Atlantis: Hymns for Disco (2006), by Canadian Hip Hop artist k-os. The album is a quirky pop and folk inspired amalgamation of organic instrumentation and electronica, surmising Sali's passion to merge the traditional with the contemporary.
Her live show takes on many forms, intimate, stripped back piano/vocal versions of songs from her stunning new album, layered looped versions of covers from artists such as Chet
Faker, Matt Corby, Hozier, Florence and The Machine, and some good old cheeky and down to earth banter to glue it all together.