Well well, look who is back with a new album on Out Of Line: Sweden’s Ashbury Heights. Out by mid-August 14, their newest album “The Looking Glass Society” features 12 new songs handling some of Anders Hagström’s personal problems. The album also offers the first material recorded with the band’s newest singer, Tea F. Thimé. Thimé has a background of alternative modelling and burlesque performances, going by the stage name Tea Time.
The album can be ordered now.
Ashbury Heights formed in 2005 in Sundsvall, Medelpad, Sweden. The group’s original lineup consisted of Anders Hagström and Yasmine Uhlin, who left the band after the release of their EP, “Morning Star In A Black Car”. She was replaced by Kari Berg until the band ended up in a dispute with their record label Out Of Line and lots of drama (Side-Line readers will remember that very well). Once the dispute was settled in 2011, Hagström went searching for a new singer…
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