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Haiku Salut introduce the new video for Train Tracks For Wheezy, from album Tricolore

An enigmatic steam ride through the Canadian rockies accompanies the latest track to be released from current album Tricolore. Beautifully illustrated and explained.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Haiku Salut by George Morton

Haiku Salut by George Morton*

Baroque post pop girl band Haiku Salut release an eerily beautiful video to accompany 'Train Tracks For Wheezy' from the Tricolore album on the How Does It Feel To Be Loved? label. The video features the band’s music set to a homemade film of a steam train ride through the Canadian rockies, shot in 1926. Ian from the record label explains how the video to accompany the track came about...


When we released the Haiku Salut album last year, some of the reviews declared that the band compose music for an imaginary soundtrack. “Quite what the film itself is all about,” said Mojo, “is entirely down to you.” For the video for Train Tracks For Wheezy, we decided to let fate do the… read more

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An interview with illustrator Katrine Brosnan

Illustrator Katrine Brosnan is the talent behind the Tricolore album artwork for alternative girlband Haiku Salut, recently profiled on these pages. Here she talks about the process.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Tricolore by Haiku Salut. Design by Katrine Brosnan. Illustrator Katrine Brosnan first came to my attention as the designer of the wonderful Tricolore album artwork: she then contributed another exclusive […]

An interview with Haiku Salut and review of debut album Tricolore

Multi-instrumentalists Gemma, Louise and Sophie met at university before forming Haiku Salut, making music out of the Derbyshire Dales.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Haiku Salut by Christine Charnock. They may have an exotic band name, but Haiku Salut are in fact a multi-instrumentalist trio of girls based in the Derbyshire Dales. Gemma, Louise […]