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WATCH: Australian-Maltese singer-songwriter with world-wide popularity releases first album

Singer-songwriter and musician Tash Sultana, an Australian with Maltese descent, is gaining popularity in the musical scene with alternative rock and reggae rock styles.

The singer has just released the album Flow State as a debut in the international music scene, with songs such as Salvation with which she already released a music video,which was seen by over a million people within two months.

The 23-year old Australian-Maltese singer, starting playing music at the age of 3, when her grandfather gave her a guitar as a present. Tash Sultana can play 20 musical instruments including the piano, trumpet, saxophone, mandolin and synthesizer.

Tash was born and bred in Melbourne. She started playing by busking on streets, joined the Mindpilot group in 2008, but the group split in 2012. A year later she sang as a soloist.

YouTube was the platform that led her to fame as her published videos were well received and seen by millions of people around the world.

In 2016, she released her first EP, while her world tour last year was sold out. Although she visited Europe, Malta was not included in the tour.

Her debut album, Flow State, was launched in the end of August and the singer-songwriter is expected to give a number of concerts to promote the album and interpret her successful songs, such as Harvest Love and Salvation.

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