Preview: Toothless - The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

Bombay Bicycle Club bassist Ed Nash, aka Toothless, is set to play a biting headline set at The Hope & Ruin in Brighton on 5th March.

After recently releasing his solo debut album 'The Pace of the Passing', Nash is primed with a stack of stellar tracks to unleash on the crowd. 

The musician's side project has enabled him to work with other artists including: Marika Hackman, Flyte and The Staves and has seen him truly flourish into his own. 

Expect airings of his excellent solo work, including the stand-out tracks 'Sisyphus' and 'Alright Alright Alright' on the night from Nash. 

Support will come from Brighton's very own MarthaGunn too. 

The fantastic and uniquely-styled five-piece have set themselves apart from the rest of the indie upstarts on the Brighton music scene and are offering plenty of quality material to keep you hooked. 

Tickets are available here.

Take a listen to 'Sisyphus' 

Words Lauren Wade

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