Salad are a UK-based Indie Pop band formed in London, England in 1992 by Marijne van der Vlugt, Paul Kennedy, Pete Brown and Rob Wakeman.
They released hit album Drink Me in 1995 featuring singles Drink the Elixir and Motorbike to Heaven, A new Salad album is on the cards for release in early 2019.
Salad Undressed are Paul and Marijne with Donald Ross Skinner (ex Julian Cope guitarist and producer).They released their album ‘Good Love Bad Love’ in April 2018 through PledgeMusic and Three Bean Records. It’s now available from the Salad shop. They also released the single ‘Evergreen’ which you can see here.Good Love Bad Love is a lyric-led concept album celebrating love…good and bad. There’s yearning, positivity, power games, relationship break ups, paranoia.
Photographer - Tim Topple - Art work and photography for GLBL also Tim Topple, and artwork for Lost album Vol. 1 Tim Topple, Cover photo from 90s by Jörg-Martin Schulze
The Selfishness Of Love Released on Friday Nov 9th via all online outlets like Spotify, iTunes, Apple music etc.
The Selfishness of Love. What does that mean? It means “You bite the hand that feeds, you gotta lotta needs… and when you’re feeling blue, want me to feel it too” and other such sentiments, according to some of the latest lyrics from the Salad band.
Also worth mentioning that along with the new Salad album (first one since 1997), we are also releasing a second Lost album. Called, you guessed it, The Lost Album Vol. 2.
These are tracks recorded as demos for the 3rd Salad album which we never got to released in the late 90s. Vol. 1 went down very well with the fans (released Nov 2017), and the collectors amongst them can't what to get their hands on these last lot of tracks written and recorded in the 90s, (20 tracks or so) but are only seeing the light of day now. It will be like a bonus album that will be be sold alongside the brand new Salad album, working title ‘The Salad Way’ of which we are releasing our first single in 21 years, 'The Selfishness of Love’ of which I already spoke.