California-based, RIAA Platinum-affirmed vocalist lyricist Ashe delivers her new single and going with video, “Close to home” – accessible wherever by means of Mom+Pop Music. The tune is taken from her profoundly anticipated approaching sophomore collection Rae, out on October fourteenth.
“Close to home” seepages of sexual certainty as Ashe tears into the melody, murmuring “I would rather not run you over weighty on the gas, I’m 1,000,000 miles an hour and I’m rarely coming last” to her easygoing excursion. Coordinated by Jason Lester, the hallucinogenic implanted video gives life to the lighthearted tune and is suggestive of The Velvet Underground’s live exhibition at Andy Warhol’s Factory.
The tune follows prior discharges “Shower With My Clothes On” “Furious Woman” “Trust You’re Not Happy” and “Another Man’s Jeans” – to be taken from Rae, the development to her advanced introduction, Ashlyn. That record generated different worldwide hits, including “The Moral Of The Story” and “Till Forever Falls Apart” – with FINNEAS – which was named one of the most incredible melodies of 2021 by the Los Angeles Times and outperformed 126 million streams on Spotify.
Like a person out of your #1 film or a clever you can’t put down, Ashe has her own persona established in calm insight, yet enhanced with vibrance and soul. For however much she typifies ageless California cool (northern or southern, take your pick), she has sufficient zeal and spunk to hold tight the East Coast or down South. Artistically, she slides unapproachable snares over dusty instrumentation, associating Laurel Canyon expressiveness with UK rock scope.
Presently, she turns the page on one more section of her story with her profoundly anticipated impending sophomore collection Rae, drove by early singles “Another Man’s Jeans,” “Trust You’re Not Happy,” and “Irate Woman”