News - September 2, 2014

Ash singer Tim Wheeler announces debut solo album Lost Domain
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Ash singer Tim Wheeler announces debut solo album Lost Domain

Ash frontman Tim Wheeler has announced that he will release his debut solo album later this year. 

Wheeler will release the album, which is titled Lost Domain, on November 3rd and has previewed the album with a track titled 'First Spin Of Spring' which you can hear below by scrolling down and clicking. 

The album features a number of special guests, including former Razorlight drummer Andy Burrows, Fred Aspelin of Alberta Cross, the London Metropolitan Orchestra, Leanne Macomber of Neon Indian and Wenzl McGowen of Moon Hooch.

The album has been inspired by the death of Wheeler's father, who had suffered from dementia in the last years of his life. Speaking about this, Wheeler said: "It was a really hard time, but the closeness within my family made it a powerful bonding time as well."

The singer has also pledged to donate a portion of the album's profits to The Alzheimer’s Society, a charity he has worked closely with since his father’s death.


The tracklisting for Lost Domain is as follows:

'Snow In Nara'
'End of An Era'
'Do You Ever Think of Me?'
'First Sign of Spring'
'Lost Domain'


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