Six voices, two toms, twelve hands and a tambourine. San Salvador is mostly a vocal formation, with the exception of a few percussions. The French sextet clearly place an emphasis on their vocal cords. Harmonizing, balancing female and male tones, and polyphony: it’s all there. The group also display an interest in folklore by choosing to express themselves in the Occitan language. It is a heritage from which they respectfully draw inspiration from, while twisting it around to reinvent a legacy.