Elena Steri is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Nuremberg, Germany. Not too long ago, she released a lovely debut single, entitled, “Salt”.

Elena Steri – “Salt” single

“I could hardly spot the bayside wading blindly towards the isle. Trying to catch my breath underwater feels like trying to draw a line with my hands tied. But I can taste what’s left from days of steel blue burning skies. Makes me want to flinch when I open up my eyes. Maybe this won’t be an ideal way to deal with what is going on. But for now, this feels like home.” – lyrics

‘Salt’ is a nostalgic song about the magic of the deep blue sea.

The likable tune contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and moody instrumentation scented with a warm emo-pop aroma.

Also, the song is featured on Elena Steri’s debut EP, entitled, “A Sleepy Kind of Blue“.

Elena Steri – “A Sleepy Kind of Blue” EP

Elena Steri - A Sleepy Kind of Blue EP

Elena Steri is a name you should remember because her music fits somewhere in the same ballpark with songs created by Sinéad O’Connor.

Her voice reminds listeners to realize that all good things in life are finite, but also are the bad ones.

She writes honest tunes about appreciating the little and seemingly inconspicuous things as well as transporting big feelings, without sounding tasteless.

Stream “A Sleepy Kind of Blue” via Apple Music 

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