NO HOT ASHES Release "Boulders" Music Video
December 3, 2018, 7 months ago
Northern Ireland-based band, No Hot Ashes, have released a video for "Boulders", featured on their self-titled album released back in March via Frontiers Musc Srl. Watch the clip below.
Originally formed in 1983, No Hot Ashes were influenced by UFO, Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake, Journey, Foreigner, Thin Lizzy and other classic rock/AOR acts of that era. They released their first single, "She Drives Me Crazy", in 1986 and supported bands such as Mama’s Boys, Magnum, Girlschool and Steve Marriott’s Packet Of Three.
The group signed a record deal with GWR Records in early 1988, joining Motorhead, Girlschool and Hawkwind on that label’s roster. They also relocated to London in order to be closer to the company and made an album before the end of that year. However, delays then occurred in getting it released and by the end of 1990 the band had called it a day and the record was shelved.
That should have been it, but in September 2013 NHA reformed for a one-off tribute gig which subsequently snowballed. Performing what can be described as classic melodic rock with a contemporary twist, they have been delighting new fans in the years since with their hook-laden guitar and keyboard driven songs, supporting Aerosmith, Foreigner, UFO and Scorpions along the way and touring the UK with FM and Romeo’s Daughter. They have also performed at major festivals such as Hard Rock Hell AOR, Download, London Calling, Ramblin’ Man, Steelhouse, Rockingham and the Frontiers Rock Festival in Milan, going down a storm each time.
No Hot Ashes tracklisting:
"Good To Look Back"
"Running Red Lights"
Bass - Paul Boyd
Keyboards - Tommy Dickson
Guitar - Niall Diver
Guitar - Davey Irvine
Vocals - Eamon Nancarrow
Drums - Steve Strange