Ash - Renegade Cavalcade New Single Out December 6th - Video Streams
Ash return with a new single, (a new label) and some prestigious support shows...
The band release ‘Renegade Cavalcade’, the third single off their acclaimed ‘Meltdown’ album on December 6th. Although lifted from ‘Meltdown’, ‘Renegade Cavalcade’ is the musical link from 2001’s ‘Free All Angels’ to the harder edged feel of Ash circa 2004 and follows previous singles this year; ‘Orpheus’ and Starcrossed’ alongside the download only track ‘Clones’.
As ever, Tim Wheeler appears to make it seem a simple task to write a killer tune and harnessed with (the now almost) ubiquitous Ash harmonies, ‘Renegade Cavalcade’ certainly fulfils that criteria. From the intro with its spoken word - like lyrics and metronomic rhythm cruising through seemingly effortlessly into a fitful guitar wig out courtesy of Wheeler and fellow guitarist Charlotte Hatherley, ‘Renegade Cavalcade’ is perfect example of the new Ash and can be witnessed when the band play on the forthcoming UK tour as very special guests of The Darkness.
‘Renegade Cavalcade’ b/w new b-sides; ‘Ghost’, ‘We Don’t Care’ and an acoustic version of the title track will be available across two CD’s and 7” through the newly reactivated Atlantic Records. Meanwhile those Darkness dates...
24th November Nottingham Arena
26 / 27th November Glasgow SECC
29th November Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
1st / 2nd December Manchester Evening News Arena
4th December Sheffield Hallam FM Arena
6th December Cardiff National Arena
7th/8th December Birmingham NEC
10/11/12th December London Wembley Arena
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