SAULT's new surprise album is a 32-minute song

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SAULT’s new surprise album is a 32-minute song

SAULT, the mysterious collective of musicians who never stop challenging the laws of the industry, have done it again. ‘Acts Of Faith’ is their new surprise album and consists of a single 32-minute song. The album is available in .wav format for download through a link that the collective has shared on social media.

True to their typical style of mixing soul, funk and everything in between, ‘Acts Of Faith’ includes jazz piano lines and gospel choirs that accompany the entire song, to which different instruments and mini sections are added.

The band announced the release of the album with an image of an old television showing the title of the project, with no further information other than a link to the album. According to some users, this image is related to their live debut. On December 14, SAULT took their music live for the first time in London, with appearances by Little Simz and Michael Kiwanuka.

“For those of you unlucky enough to attend, this picture is of the first room we entered at the London show. It was decorated like an apartment inhabited by a disgruntled couple, and we had to walk through it to enter the tunnel of the venue,” reads the comments on the post on Instagram.

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