ASH share brand new single Darkest Hour of The Night
O2 Forum Kentish Town Absolute Radio show with Stereophonics on Jan 21
Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years Of Ash released 14th February via BMG
Absolute Radio show with Stereophonics London O2 Forum 21 January
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Having announced the career spanning Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years Of Ash, released on February 14th Irish trio ASH are pleased to see in 2012 with new track Darkest Hour Of The Night and available to stream here.
Penned once again by singer and guitarist Tim Wheeler, the previously unreleased Darkest Hour Of The Night was recorded last year at Atomic Heart Studios in New York and features horns by renowned American art-pop band Rubblebucket – a ray of light to pierce the darkest night of the soul; a redemptive anthem for a new decade.
Ash have also confirmed an Absolute Radio show event at London’s O2 Forum later this month on a special bill alongside Stereophonics on January 21st prior to their own European shows throughout February, March and April – see below for full itinerary.
Curated by the band, Teenage Wildlife:25 Years Of Ash documents the recorded output, both the hits and lesser known gems from the past twenty-five years. Featuring Tim Wheeler (vocals, guitar), Mark Hamilton (bass), Rick McMurray (drums) and Charlotte Hatherley (guitar) whilst highlighting Wheeler as one of the era’s most accomplished and enduring songwriters.
Pre-order Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years Of Ash below
Photo credit: Scarlet Page
The release of Teenage Wildlife will be accompanied by extensive live itinerary throughout Europe and Scandinavia, re-visiting many of the towns, cities and venues they have previously played over the years. Dates are as follows:
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