1995 saw Northern Irish rock group Ash crack the UK Top 20 for the first time, with pop-punk classics 'Girl From Mars' and 'Angel Interceptor'.
This was followed by the Top 10 success of 'Goldfinger', from their debut album '1977', which hit No.1 in the UK album chart. The band went on to close Glastonbury Festival in 1997, headlined Reading Festival, and racked up a second number one album ('Free All Angels'), a Top 10 album 'Nu-Clear Sounds' and six more top 30 singles. 2015 saw the first Ash album since 2007, the confident, critically-acclaimed 'Kablammo!' and their most recent album 'Islands' was released last year to great reviews. “We’ve had two number one albums and 18 Top 40 singles”, reflects front-man Tim Wheeler, “so when we were making this record, part of the thinking was, is this song strong enough to knock one of the big hits out of our live set? With Islands, I think we’ve given ourselves a nice problem, because these are some of the best songs we’ve ever written. We’re excited to be back…”. Starts: 8pm Tickets: Standing £21*, Seats £23* Venue: The Apex, Bury St Edmunds *Includes £1 booking fee This event is promoted by The Apex
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