A collective based upon the sublime east coast of Australia, Sun Salute meld reggae, rock, funk, and an undeniable naturalism in shaping their worldly sound.
Now, off the back of their powerful new single No More, a call to arms for the environment and all its denizens, Sun Salute are embarking on a tour of NSW and Queensland. You’d do well to head along.
Nature-infused reggae and potent political jams: bare your soul with Sun Salute on their upcoming east coast tour.
No More sees Sun Salute in full force, each member contributing to the track’s driving beat. Frontman Tane Tokorangi doesn’t hold back on his verses, dropping quips about media’s unreliability, political enslavement and more as the song burns away.
The clip was filmed in North Queensland and features local Indigenous custodian Ken Dodd, marking an important missive for all original peoples of the world who have been silenced. Sun Salute worked with director Daryl Lee Irvine on the important video – check it out for yourself below.
If you dig what these guys are putting out, be sure to head along to their upcoming shows down the east coast. They’ll be hitting it all, from the far north Cairns to a few Sydney stops including the unstoppable Henry’s Rooftop in Manly.
Catch the full run of dates below.
No More Single Tour
Friday March 22 – Port Douglas Yatch Club, Port Douglas, QLD
Saturday March 23 – The Pier Bar, Cairns, QLD
Sunday March 24 – Northerlies, Airlie Beach, QLD
Friday March 29 – The Shared, Sunshine Coast, QLD
Saturday March 30 – Tanuki Lounge, Brisbane, QLD
Sunday March 31 – Hotel Brunswick, Brunswick Heads, NSW
Wednesday April 3 – Captain Cook Hotel, Paddington, NSW
Saturday April 6 – The Rhythm Hut, Gosford, NSW
Sunday April 7 – Henry’s Rooftop Bar, Manly, NSW