Lyrics: With Ash and new records it is such a thing. Despite their older age, the Northern Irish trio announced in 2007 that they would not record any more major works, but only release individual songs and collect them from time to time on compilations. A reminiscence of modern, digital times, they said at the time. But in the meantime Ash have returned to the good old album format and will release "Race The Night" in September - and the title track is already circulating. With 30 years under their belt, 18 hit singles (including their breakthrough with "Girl From Mars," which is still blaring through indie discos today), seven studio albums and an unmanageable number of concerts, this thing is both a party with old friends and a message to plunge into the present with arms wide open. Ash, it's fair to say, still belong to the establishment of British rock. Of course, this also applies to The Subways, who have already been around for 20 years and have at least one classic for eternity in their repertoire with "Rock & Roll Queen". And just like Ash, singer and guitarist Billy Lunn and singer and bassist Charlotte Cooper are unimaginable without a stage. The two of them - of course supported by their new drummer Camille Phillips - are still the dream couple of British punk rock'n'roll even after more than a decade and a half. That's why their latest album "Uncertain Joys" was written for the stage. Stylistically, of course, the Englishmen* have also gone a way and have included electronic elements in their music. But at the latest when The Subways play their concerts, such distinctions become obsolete. Because then their old motto applies: "We will rock till we drop, as there is nothing more exciting for us than being on tour. The greatest drug in the world is seeing people screaming the words and dancing to the songs you've written." So let's look forward to some great parties as The Subways and Ash give us an early Christmas present. -This content has been machine translated.
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