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Haiku Salut


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    They Gave Me a Lamp - Public Service Broadcasting,
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    They Gave Me a Lamp - Public Service Broadcasting,
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    The No-Colour Of Rain Or Dust
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    Bleak And Beautiful (All Things)
Haiku Salut are a unique proposition, sweeping between all-manner of genres but never losing the soft focus of the inspired instrumentals that provide their back-bone.
Rising from minimal, glitchy pop songs into moments of distinct and awe-inspiring grandiosity, the band match the intensity of their recorded sound with a mightily fetching, and suitably dramatic live show.
Influenced by the evocative film soundtracks of Yann Tiersen and Benoît Charest, the genre-melting electronica of early Múm, and the impressionistic writing of Haruki Murakami, the band released their debut album Tricolore in 2013, to critical acclaim.
Haiku Salut’s second album, “Etch And Etch Deep”, was released in July 2015, to similar acclaim. The album was awarded four stars or above by The Observer (“the album Four Tet might have made after Rounds’), The Guardian, Mojo, Uncut, NME, Clash, Drowned In Sound (“with luminous vibes and electronics that chime, strum, sparkle, dance and glow, the trio evoke worlds within our own”), God Is In The TV, Gig Soup (“one has to wonder if the band haven’t only created a masterpiece but also a genre that is their own”), The 405, London In Stereo, The Skinny, and many more.
Haiku Salut collaborated on 'They Gave Me a Lamp' on the 2017 Public Service Broadcasting album Every Valley.
Their third album There Is No Elsewhere was released on PRAH Recordings in 2018.
New soundtrack LP to Buster Keaton's 'The General' was released on 2nd August 2019 on Secret Name.


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