March 06, 2007

New Ash Song

Tim Wheeler

...and it looks like Tim Wheeler’s been learning to sing!

Ash have given out a high-quality mp3 of one of the new tracks of there as-yet-untitled new album. They recently parted with Charlotte Hatherley (who has her own album The Deep Blue) to return to being a three piece as they started out.

I never really got into Meltdown, and couldn’t forgive them for releasing the tragedy that was Candy as a single, never mind tainting Free All Angels’ runtime. This new song is a blinder, a little like previous sunkissed song Orpheus but with more assured vocals and possibly less embarrassing lyrics (okay, maybe that opening couplet is cheesy but hey, this is Ash still).

Ash have always been a band you wouldn’t usually imagine as successful, but they’ve always been bloody good at writing corking singles. Their Intergalactic Sonic 7’s compilation is flawless (apart from the aforementioned travesty) and it’s good to see them keeping the run going…

Ash – I Started A Fire MP3 Expired


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