Darryl Nash’s debut album ‘Love Sick’ explores the questions of how to treat a broken heart condition and is both sonically colourful and philosophically inquisitive.
‘The Murder Chain is a cracking track! ‘ – Melita Dennet (BBC Introducing South)
Having been passionate about music from an early age on, Darryl formed his first band as early as infant school and remembers: “There used to be a guy called Pau who used to bully me and a friend of mine. When the Green Day ‘American Idio’t album was released we started an air band at the back of the playground and Pau and I argued about who was going to be the drummer.” The role was eventually taken up by Darryl himself who went home and convinced his mum to buy him his first drum kit. During Junior School, Darryl joined the local church choir and he recorded his first EP when he was only 13 which he promoted himself by playing local shows.
At that time, he also succeeded in getting a place at BIMM Brighton for further musical studies. He also took part in the ‘Metal Hammer’ summer school where he was able to play on stage with the likes of Skindred, Radio Alcatraz and James Hester (played for Lily Allen and Tom Robinson’s live sessions).
The Album ‘Love Sick’ is out on 6th May 2016.