Ash excited about life without Charlotte Hatherley

The band enjoy being a three-piece again


Supermassive Ash hole! Having part-exchanged Charlotte Hatherley for the death-ray-spewing synthesizer that Muse recorded their last comeback single on, the only-now-hitting-their-30s scamps ride it around the studio whooping one of their trademark solid gold pop tunes and waving their wigs in the air like gibbons on spring break. Feels like being catapulted to Mars strapped to an exploding sweetshop....

Ash reveal tracklisting for album

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Ash name their new album

New album out in July

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Ash add extra date to London shows

Trio are set for three nights at KOKO

Ash, Warwick University, Friday, February 23

Forget lectures on Shakespeare or pre-Raphaelite art, tonight Ash have returned to the nation’s universities to dish out an even more important lesson – that of guitar-pop survival. Chairing this sonic further education is Tim Wheeler, with an awe-inspiring presentation on Hatherley-less guitar soloing. In fact, as the trio burn through well-known classics such as ‘A Life Less Ordinary’...

Ash announce brace of London shows

Band to play two nights at KOKO

Ash make new single available for free

'I Started A Fire' won't cost you a penny

Ash change things around on new album

The band let slip secrets of record to NME.COM