Toothless (Bombay Bicycle Club's Ed Nash) Releases 'Palm's EP,' Announces NYC + LA Headlining Sh
Toothless – the new project from Bombay Bicycle Club bassist Ed Nash – today released their new Palm’s EP via Rostrum Records on the heels of their recent LP The Pace of the Passing. The EP features beautifully reworked versions of songs from Toothless’ debut album, alongside a stunning cover of Sufjan Stevens, ‘The Dress Looks Nice On You’ and a new song, ‘Chasing Godot’.
As with The Pace of the Passing, the EP is very much the mind of one man, though Toothless welcomes friends to assist in finding this vision once more, with artwork exclusively created by Orlando Weeks from The Maccabees.
“About this time last year me and some friends soundproofed the breezeblock shed at the back of my garden to use as a rehearsal and recording studio,” explains Nash. “Up until this point all the writing I had done for Toothless had taken place in my living room or other peoples more professional rooms. Since then with the new space, I’ve spent my time working on my production skills, experimenting with new sounds and generally enjoying making music. This EP is the result of that time.”
Fans can see Toothless perform live this Tuesday 6/20 in NYC at Berlin, and on Thursday 6/22 at The Bootleg in Los Angeles. Information & tickets for both shows can be found HERE.