They released their debut album Tricolore in 2013 to four stars by The Guardian, Uncut, Mojo and many more.
In 2013, the trio won the Green Man Rising contest, opened the main stage at Green Man Festival and toured the UK in support of Lau.
They later wrote about the experience in their debut book, Japanese Poems Steal Brains, a fully illustrated collection of haikus, which told the story of the band to date.
As well as pushing musical boundaries, Haiku Salut have been exploring new ways to combine technology and artistic expression, experimenting with VR videos and events and their audiovisual Lamp Show.
They have performed in a host of unusual venues: a library, a ballroom, a theatre, a Victorian swimming baths, and several churches. They are yet to play a planetarium, but it’s only a matter of time.
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