TOOTHLESS – ” Palm’s Backside / Innocence Is Bliss ” Feat MARIKA HACKMAN

Posted: November 11, 2016 in MUSIC
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Toothless is the solo project of Bombay Bicycle Club’s Ed Nash. On his latest single, produced by the always in-demand Chris Coady, he teams up with the Staves, the artful folk-rock sister trio and Bon Iver associates .

Ed Nash’s latest music released under his new Toothless moniker. Having spent the past ten years playing bass in Bombay Bicycle Club, he’s been dreaming up this self-produced solo project for a while and has already released the cinematic and starry tune “Terra”, a slow-mover that is an absolute pleasure to sink into. This time round, Ed has called on label buddy Marika Hackman to join him on Palm’s Backside, a beautiful Belle & Sebastian-alike duet that tells of times shared, hands held, moments captured and love lost.


“The Sirens” finds Nash and the Stavely-Turner sisters flexing their harmonic powers over icy electronic rock production. This is an earlier couple of tracks one remixed by Darby of the Brooklyn band the Antlers also featuring another singer songwriter with vocals from Marika Hackman  the effect is something like one of Sufjan Stevens’ early folk-rock epics transposed into his mid-career digital phase — only smoother, sleeker, and more propulsive


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