Tash Sultana has just released a tune so slippery, so languorous, your bones might slip entirely out of your body.
Free Mind, the latest taste of her upcoming album, graced Aussie airwaves for the first time this morning. That’s dangerous, considering it should be illegal for a track this chill to drop so early on a Friday.
Truly. The 23-year-old multi-intrumentalist delivers her trademark guitar riffs over a bass line so smooth it should come with some kind of warning.
Sultana also took to Twitter to provide a little bit of context about the track’s origin, saying it’s actually a blessed combo of several other discarded semi-songs.
https://t.co/msTiAZKM6Y— TASH SULTANA (@TASHSULTANAA) August 16, 2018
Free mind was a song written over a couple of years. It was pretty much three different songs that I couldn’t figure out how to put together until one day when I was in the studio it kind of just fell into place. pic.twitter.com/b7R34as8pG
It’s the latest cut from her upcoming full-length Flow State, which is slated to drop at the end of the month. We’ve already melted, tbh.