Tash Sultana Shows A More Vulnerable Side With 'Harvest Love': Exclusive Premiere

Tash Sultana
Dara Munnis

Tash Sultana

Tash Sultana has taken giant leaps forward since her busking days on the Melbourne streets. Since hitting YouTube in 2016 to share her unique sound with the world, the immensely talented Australian singer-songwriter has wasted no time making her name known. In just two short years, the she released the hit song “Jungle,” her debut EP Notion, and fronted a successful world tour.

The unique musician has been endlessly showcasing her talent to the world, and luckily for fans, she is not slowing down any time soon. Following the announcement of her upcoming album Flow State, Sultana is sharing her new song, “Harvest Love,” exclusively on Billboard today (July 12).

Although the track clearly takes on elements of her previous music, “Harvest Love” shows fans a much more stripped-down, vulnerable side of Tash. In comparison to the thunderous sounds of the numerous instruments mastered by her, this wonderfully simple track allows for no distractions from her powerful vocal skills.

Backed by nothing more than a few guitar chords, listeners are gifted with a beautiful, focused song that shows off Tash’s sultry, smooth pipes. Sultana leaves nothing on the table in this song, angelically navigating through runs, falsettos, and growls. 

"Wrote this song a little while back," Sultana told Billboard. "People kind of assume that I only write songs with live looping but I actually write in all different ways. This is a piece I'm super proud of. I unlocked a little part of me to completely simplify the story I was trying to tell. I think you kind of get that way when you have a moment in your life when the entire world is just to hard to comprehend. So this is what came from that."

Tash Sultana’s debut album Flow State is set to release on Aug. 31, and tickets to her ongoing world are available here


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