Today Stockport sensations NO HOT ASHES share another highly anticipated taste of their upcoming debut LP ‘Hardship Starship’ (out 16th August via Modern Sky UK) in the form of the second single to be taken from the album, ‘Extra Terrestrial’.

With dark-matter dense basslines, choruses designed to be shouted to the heavens and lyrics inspired by that telepathic connection you feel when you meet the one you love; ‘Extra Terrestrial’ sees the band take us intergalactic from the moment go.

Speaking about the track, No Hot Ashes say:

“Extra Terrestrial Is a song about relationships and knowing someone better than you know yourself. The constant fat bass lines matched with shouty choruses implore you to move. We were trying for something catchy with this one.”

As its title would suggest, these aren’t the only star-gazing moments to be found on upcoming album ‘Hardship Starship’.  ‘Motion Sick’ dazzles with the reflective sheen of astronaut’s vizor; a track about loneliness of too much “space-cruising” away from your loved ones. “Paradise/Overdrive” makes the jump from the light-speed powered side one of the album to land with a slower, weightless proposition propelled by smooth jazz chord arrangements and an elating chorus about getting high. Astronomically, speaking.

Following a landmark SOLD-OUT show at the 950 capacity Manchester Academy 2 last year (which sold out over a month before the show date) and recent sell out at Manchester’s AATMA (in which 150 tickets sold out in under 10 minutes), fans will have the chance to catch the band again in 2019 as they prepare for a spate of new UK dates this Autumn, including a triumphant hometown headline date at Manchester’s o2 Ritz.



02 | Leicestershire, 110 Above Festival

17 | Liverpool, Jimmy’s


04 | Guildford, The Boileroom

05 | Southampton, The Joiners

06 | Bristol, The Louisiana

07 | Oxford, o2 Institute2

18 | Leeds, Oporto

19 | Birmingham, The Sunflower Lounge

20 | Newcastle, Think Tank? Underground

21 | Aberdeen, Drummonds

22 | Glasgow, King Tuts

26 | London, Hoxton Square B&K

27 | Manchester, o2 Ritz


11 | Belfast, Oh Yeah Centre

12 | Dublin, o2 Academy2


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