‘Edge Of Cool‘ is the latest single from London-based singer/songwriter Anna Tosh and the latest taste of her forthcoming debut EP ‘One Big Fire‘, due for release 13 October.
Going into detail about the story and idea of the Edge Of Cool, Anna noted how “This is an elegy to a relationship that was over before it began.” Anna follows-up with a story about a supposed car following her:
“Afterwards, the guy’s car followed me all around town for a long time, I would see it everywhere and I could not shake it. It’s about being haunted by an illusion.”
Noting how it [One Big Fire] was Anna’s “intention” for the “solo project, was simply to write some songs for myself, with no boundaries or expectations.” One Big Fire is a new avenue for Anna as it is essentially the first time Anna has gone out on her own and down solo work as an artist – having previously played in Wildhood, Love Nor Money, Hey Gravity and Shotgun Venus throughout her career.
“I was deliberately trying not to think of what anyone else might expect me to do, and chucked the idea of seeming cool out of the window.”
Edge Of Cool is a fun and melodic jazz sounding Indie track that showcases a big fun atmosphere with a lot of story driven material Anna has curated specifically for the single that is also a strong addition to an already strong stable of tracks.
Tuesday 10 October: Servant Jazz Quarters, London N16 – Tickets