Tiarni Hope – Salt In The Wound

Tiarni Hope is a 24-year-old singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, who works as a session drummer, among other things. On the Australian Gold Coast and in Brisbane, she built up a strong reputation with her powerful live shows. Now, it’s time to spread her wings.

Three years after her debut single Resist, she drops her second track. Salt In The Wound is a powerful song with influences ranging from country and blues to rock. Americana from down under, is that even possible?

About the meaning of the track, Hope says: β€œWhen I was writing this song, I felt like I was drowning under the weight of so many expectations, self-imposed or otherwise, that I couldn’t see a way out the other side. It became a way to tell myself that despite the doubts and the harsh words I harbored for myself, that I could pull through, even if better seems a ways to go.”

Salt In The Wound doesn’t only showcase Hope on drums and percussion, bass, guitars (both acoustic and electric), banjo, mandolin, and a plethora of vocal layers. It also features indie jazz songstress Hazel Mei on keyboards and organs, and slide guitar from producer Jared Adlam.

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