Tim wheeler emmy the great dating draws dating dinner
For tickets and full line-up information see uk/biggestweekend.
The couple play a handful of shows this December in support of 'This Is Christmas' Ash frontman Tim Wheeler and Emmy The Great are set to take their Christmas album ‘This Is Christmas’ on the road.
What's it like to be working with Korda Marshall [Infectious founder and former Warner Music big cheese] and co again? I think this is my third time on Infectious; our first three albums were on it and then my Christmas album [with Emmy The Great] was on it and now Ash are back on it.
It's amazing that Infectious has survived for so long – it just won't die.
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Last year Mark [Hamilton, Ash bassist] mentioned that you were planning to release two albums this year – is that still going to happen? But we've got the songs for the next one pretty much mostly written and we've started recording them, so we've kind of made decent headway.There are definitely some tracks that are like Kablammo!or early Ash stuff like Annabelle and Buzzkill – but then there are definitely other songs that sound like nothing we've ever done before, like [funk/soul rocker] Did Your Love Burn Out?Korda signed us when we were 17 so it's great to be working with him again.And we're actually back working with our old manager Tav [Stephen Taverner] again as well.
:: Ash play the BBC Music's The Biggest Weekend in Belfast on Saturday May 26, tickets available via uk/biggestweekend.