It’s been years in the making, but today sees Tash Sultana release her long-awaited debut album, Flow State.

If you’ve been listening to triple j over the last week, you’ve undoubtedly heard Tash Sultana’s debut in this week’s feature album spot, and if you’re anything like the rest of us, you’ve probably been loving it. But it’s been a pretty long road to get to this point, with the last 16-months seeing this Aussie muso working hard on putting together a strong, cohesive record.

“It’s been in the making for years to come now and is my first statement to what I see as the very beginning of my career,” Tash explained. “I didn’t just write individual songs for this, I decided to write a full length album – one piece of music that fits together one after the other.”

“Few stories to tell, had a few tears to cry but I got there and it’s about to come your way”.

Engineered by Nikita Miltiadou, mixed by Dann Hume and mastered by Andrei Eremin, Flow State was written, arranged, performed, and produced by Tash Sultana, who plays every one of the 15 instruments that feature throughout the record.

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It’s pretty hard to believe that in just a few short years, we’ve seen Tash Sultana go from busking in Melbourne’s Bourke Street Mall to selling out shows all over the world. It seems that music-lovers all over the globe have been going wild for Tash, and we honestly can’t blame them.

With Flow State being officially released today, we can only expect to see her profile continue to rise in the future.

If you’re keen on seeing the tracks Flow State being performed live, fans have got a couple of chances in the coming months to do so, with Tash’s schedule keeping her incredibly busy all into the new year.

This October will see Tash Sultana hit up Sydney and Melbourne as part of the Lost Picnic festival, while January sees her returning to Aussie shores for a very special one-off headline show at Big Pineapple Fields, in Queensland next January.

Tickets to all these shows are selling fast, so be sure to act quick to make sure you don’t miss out on seeing one of the year’s biggest albums being played live.

Check out Tash Sultana’s ‘Salvation’:

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Tash Sultana Live Dates

Sunday, October 7th, 2018
Lost Picnic Festival, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday, October 13th, 2018
Lost Picnic Festival, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, January 12th, 2019
Big Pineapple Fields, Sunshine Coast, QLD

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