Tash Neal shared a new single, “All I See Is Blood.” The song will appear on the singer-songwriter and guitaris’s upcoming debut solo album, Charge It to the Game, arriving on March 12th via Black Hill Records.
Neal gained prominence fronting The London Souls duo but established himself as a solo artist in 2020 with the track, “Something Ain’t Right” which will also appear on Charge It To The Game. The latest single, “All I See Is Blood,” from the forthcoming LP traces a 2012 car crash in New York City which nearly took Neal’s life and his ability to play guitar. Coming home from a friend’s studio, a drag racer broadsided the taxi cab he was in. Pulled from the car by the Jaws Of Life, Neal underwent brain surgery and doctors placed him in a medically induced coma.
“When I woke up from the coma, I’d rub my eye day in and day out, thinking for sure there was an eyelash in there,” Neal recalled in a statement. “Ended up being dried blood in my cornea because of the blood crushing my brain due to the impact. Damn drag racers.”
Tash Neal’s “All I See Is Blood” arrived with an accompanying lyric video. Watch it below:
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