Sussex alt-rockers SALTLAKE return with their enthralling new single,
Dreaming In The Dark, which arrives on Friday 1st June, via Regent Street

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With a juggernaut of a rhythm section comprised of John Godly on drums and
bassist Liam Quinn, and perfectly complimented by Henry Gottelier’s pounding
guitar and anthemic vocal lines, SALTLAKE are a diverse trio who deliver
highly energetic live performances and express a sound that is rooted in
rock, but has a unique freshness that is both captivating and all consuming.
The Brit tunesmiths have been making waves on the scene for only a short
time, but it was last year’s new EP, Medicate Me, that placed the
up-and-comers on the map. The release was widely lauded by Alex Baker at
Kerrang! Radio, with the EP’s lead track, Badlands, racking multiple plays and unequivocal support. The EP also notched up firm backing and endorsements from the likes of Dead
Press, Uberrock, Hard Rock Hell Radio, Alt Corner, and Vents Magazine.

The threesome shift gears once more with the release of their blistering new
single, Dreaming In The Dark. The track is a calling for all rock fans with
its swirling and hypnotic groove framed by a thunderous refrain that will
leave you pining for more. Vocalist and guitarist, Henry Gottelier,
elaborates “‘Dreaming In The Dark’ is an anthemic, atmospheric love song to
the city of London after dark, inspired by growing up outside the city with
the night sky glowing and its skyline peeking through the trees in the
distance. The song came together really quickly. We tried to create
something big and catchy but also wanted to capture a dreamy, euphoric
element to the verses of the track.” With an equally alluring video on the
way, SALTLAKE are sure to continue their climb throughout 2018.


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