Nash credits the raw, emotional elements in his songwriting to years of listening to Counting Crows and Ryan Adams. His authentic lyrics and catchy tunes also bring to mind bits of Jackson Browne and Paul Simon- not a bad combo. After spending close to a decade in New York City’s folk scene, a move was made to Nashville where he has the ability to truly shine as a writer and performer. Following 2012’s debut, Too Far Apart, Nash wanted to dig deeper into his feelings and depict 21st century experiences through anxieties, isolation, and our longing for human connection. Getaway Driver is the result.
There’s a certain symmetry to Gentlemans Pistols’ albums. Their self-titled debut was released in 2007, four years after they formed in Leeds. In 2011, the band’s second album, ‘At Her Majesty’s Pleasure’, came out – four years after the first one. And now in 2015 comes third album ‘Hustler’s Row’ – after another four year gap! Recorded at vocalist / guitarist James Atkinson own studio, Mutiny, in Bradford, with the frontman also producing, many of the songs were written not long after the second album. The album’s sound comes from the dual guitar work between Atkinson and Bill Steer (also a member of Carcass, of course), which brings to mind classic Wishbone Ash.
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