‘Intoxicating’ - The New York Times
“Bursting with sweetness, light and vintage pop songs.” ★★★★★ - Rolling Stone
‘The 10 Most Exciting Artists Now.’ - Entertainment Weekly
Sally Seltmann is the award-winning Australian singer / songwriter behind intoxicating albums such as ‘Hey Daydreamer’, ‘Heart That’s Pounding’, ‘Somewhere, anywhere.’ and ‘The Last Beautiful Day’. She is the co-writer of the hit song ‘1234’, performed by Feist. Sally Seltmann previously performed under the name New Buffalo, and is a member of Seeker Lover Keeper.
In 2016, Sally and her husband Darren Seltmann won Best Original Song For The Screen for Sally's single, 'Dancing In The Darkness'. The song feature in the ABC TV show The Letdown. In songwriting news, Sally Seltmann co-wrote Rachel Platten's 'Better Place' which was released as the third single from her album, 'Wildfire'. The album peaked in the US Billboard 200 charts at number 5.
Sally Seltmann recently performed with her band at the NGV in Melbourne, as part of The Ai Wei Wei / Andy Warhol exhibition.
Sally is currently writing and recording demos for her 5th studio album, as well as co-writing with Susanna Hoffs (The Bangles) for Susanna's upcoming solo project.
Artists that Sally Seltmann has toured with include, Cat Power, Broken Social Scene, Feist, Bright Eyes, Bon Iver, and Paul Kelly.