Asher Knight breathes “Oxygen”
Asher Knight is no stranger to us here at talkaboutpopmusic.com. We’ve been following him closely over the past year with each of his releases and watching him grow in stature and presence. Now he’s back with yet another pop fuelled bop called “Oxygen”. Asher’s artistic inspiration for the latest track came from an idea of love being like ‘oxygen’, something you need, something vital, whether it be love of family, friends, or a relationship.
“Working with great producers Red Triangle, we were able to create a song that is heartfelt and really conveys that unconditional love”, Asher tells us. “When I have gone through difficult times it is friends and family that have helped me, and now I am able to hopefully help others through my music”. Asher has been supporting UK based tours with some of the country’s most well-known artists such as The Vamps, Boyzone, All Saints, Steps, Will Young and Roadtrip.
The now London based artist has brought to the stage his positive high energy performance to thousands across the country, building him a legion of loyal fans. And more tours with well-known artists are in the planning for 2021, once the world comes back from Covid-19. But until then Asher is releasing more covers and originals for his fan base to enjoy.
Asher continues to shine as a singer-songwriter, originally from Bradford, UK. He discovered his passion for music and singing aged 16, and was initially reluctant to pursue a career in the music industry after suffering from low self-esteem as a child after bad bullying at school.
Asher was introduced to vocal coach CeCe Sammy, who worked with him to improve his self-confidence and develop his craft of singing and performing in front of large audiences. Moving to London to focus full time on his music. He has honed his craft in the capital, and has created an impressive catalogue of songs, having worked with writing greats including Cuttfather (Kylie), Mark Owen (Take That), Jon Maguire, Olly Murs, James Blunt and more, as well as producers, Red Triangle, AC Burrell. Breathe some of Asher’s “Oxygen” and take in the rest of his back catalogue, if you haven’t already!