‘The Murder Chain is a cracking track! ‘ – Melita Dennet (BBC Introducing South)
Having earned a positive response and support from BBC Introducing South, Darryl Nash is a phenomenal young artist who is about to release an album that takes up the question of whether a broken heart could ever be classified as a serious medical condition. Apart from digging into the depths of love psychology, the multifaceted songwriter has written songs about events that shake up the history of our world, including present day war in the middle east stories about London’s Jack The Ripper in 1800, especially in tracks like the dynamic and captivating ‘The Murder Chain’.
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).
As a DIY pro he writes, records and produces all his songs himself. Next to his work as a solo artist, he is also currently playing in a band with Glastonbury punk rocker Peter Wallis.
With his upcoming album, Darryl is touching upon the experience of love sicknesses and provokes the question whether this could actually be classified legitimately as an illness: “As you know, people do say ‘People die of a broken heart.’”
The Album ‘Love Sick’ is out on 6th May 2016.