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As the bassist for Bombay Bicycle Club, Ed Nash has achieved a lot. He’s toured the world, released a chart-topping album and sold around half a million records in the UK alone. Now that the band are on hiatus, he’s striking out on his own.
“No one really expects the bass player to do anything,” he says. “I know I can play music and write songs. But I’ve got to put my money where my mouth is and step up.”
He’s certainly doing that. With new project Toothless, Nash has already released two singles of dreamy folk-pop, ‘Terra’ and ‘Palm’s Backside’, and a full-length album – recorded mostly in his sitting room – is on the way. A trio of Glastonbury sets are booked, too.
“This isn’t just a throwaway side project,” he stresses. “I plan to tour and I’m already thinking about a second album. I really want it to be my main thing. My career for the foreseeable future.”
have a listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kj8k00BamU0
Link to the newly announced single is http://vevo.ly/spBpBQ