A ripe and punching track from the melodic bassist and member of Bombay Bicycle Club, Ed Nash. This track plays as a creative swath of colour and an airing of subtleties that were captured during one of the bleakest and perhaps most homebound winters in the songwriter’s career. That denuded and perhaps isolated space allowed the remarkable Nash to work and rework this single, Plumes.

I can only hope that this is the start of a collection of tracks that will be released as a collection one day soon. I’m saying “I WANT SO MUCH MORE!” The song is gripping in its stuttering flow. The guitar work melds alongside Nash’s elusive vocal delivery, while, not to be outdone, the rhythmic bass and percussive tones account for a penchant of syncopated synergy.

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