End Of The World
You may have been led to believe that it is indeed the end of Ash...it's not!
The band follow their headline appearance at this Reading / Leeds festival - Radio 1 / NME stage - with the release of 'End Of The World' on September 10th 2007. The track, the third from their recent 'Twilight Of The Innocents' album is another aural salvo from the mighty armoury penned by Tim Wheeler and already proven a favourite on the band's recent sold out four night residency at London's Koko.
The beguiling vocals underpinned with the snap, crackle and pop of a rhythm cascading outta of the speakers including some guest beat box improv suggests that Ash still have the knack of hitting all the right notes. Stay tuned...
Meanwhile the band play:
20th Liverpool Carling Academy
21st Bristol Carling Academy
23rd Nottingham Rock City
24th Newcastle Carling Academy
25th Sheffield Octagon
27th Birmingham Carling Academy
28th Glasgow Barrowland
29th Manchester Academy
31st Leeds University
1st Norwich UEA
2nd Southampton Guildhall
3rd London Brixton Carling Academy
Tickets are available from all usual outlets, 24hr cc hotline: 0871 220 260 and www.gigsandtours.com.
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