- 17 Jun 21
Aside from releasing ‘5’ and ‘7’ in 2019, Sault also shared two critically acclaimed albums in 2020, ‘Untitled (Black Is)’ and ‘Untitled (Rise)’.
Anonymous British collective Sault are gearing up for the release of a new album, called Nine. The album is set to be released next week, and will only be available for 99 days.
The new album was teased by the mysterious group in a cryptic Instagram post at the beginning of the week, and follows their two 2019 records '5' and '7'.
“Nine will only exist for ninety nine days,” they wrote in a second post. “You can download from sault.global. Available on vinyl and all streaming platforms.”
The band's website contains a message that reads "108 days left of 'Nine'," which would indicate that the release date for the album is next Friday (June 25).