Ash Palmer returns with an incredible single ‘The Streets Where We Survive’ which shows the new side to Palmer’s creativity. He has stepped away from the quiet acoustic sound of yesteryear and this single has a much more powerful and impactful full band sound to it, whilst still keeping the qualities we’ve come to love in his music.

Palmer’s live performance has been his real selling point and has improved performance after performance and with the addition of a loop pedal he’s much more comfortable on stage and fills a room with his incredible sound. Ash Palmer has transferred that live performance into his recorded music and has kept the energy and passion you see in person onto the track.

A much grittier guitar sound is the backing track to some of Palmer’s best lyrics and makes ‘The Streets Where We Survive’ arguably his best song to date. With muted verses to hear the passion in the words building back into the singalong style chorus’ that will be stuck in your head for a long time. The slower bridge of the song adds a different aspect to Palmer’s music which hasn’t been seen before and shows a step forward in the production of his songs and the ability to include a much more varied sound to his music than is original acoustic songs.

‘The Streets Where We Survive’ is the perfect track for Ash Palmer at the moment as it shows his transition from the lonely acoustic singer into the powerful he musician he has inside him. Keep your eye out for new music following this single and see him perform this track live – how it’s designed to be heard.

Written By: Stuart Daley