See the former Verve frontman talk about love, life and regrets in an exclusive video interview...
Richard Ashcroft has opened his heart to talk about life, love and his biggest regrets in an exclusive video interview with nme.com.
From midday this Wednesday (June 7), it will be possible to see the ex-Verve vocalist speaking frankly to NME features editor Ted Kessler about his idea of heaven, hell and his biggest regrets.
The interview is a variation on the popular ‘On The Couch’ series from NME.
Speaking about his idea of heaven, he says: “The simplest things in life….with my wife, in bed, making love, a spliff, a good tune, nature, beautiful sky….the most simple things that life tries its best to stop you from enjoying”.
As recently revealed on nme.com, Ashcroft is also the subject of a documentary to be screened on Channel 4 this month. The programme is broadcast at midnight on June 21 and will feature acoustic versions of his two singles, ‘A Song For The Lovers’ and ‘Money To Burn’, which is released on June 12 through Hut.
Ashcroft‘s debut solo album, ‘Alone With Everybody’ is released on June 26, also through Hut. He will follow the album with live shows at the V2000 festival at Weston Park, Staffordshire and Hylands Park, Chelmsford on August 19-20.
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