No stranger to us, Asher Knight has been busy since we last caught up with him, releasing “Burn” and “Alone” this year. He’s now brought out a third, “Too Much To Ask For”.
Asher gave an outstanding performance on CBBC’s Saturday Live Mash-Up recently and has now teamed up with John “Love Me Again” Newman for “Too Much To Ask For”.
The song is an anthemic pop melody, perfect for them upcoming Summer nights. The track echoes a common void that many people experience, which is the heartache of finding love within society. “The song is all about love being something we all want in life but sometimes it’s something not easy to find and can be a challenging experience, but if we keep trying, we hope, love will find its way to us”, Asher says.
Off the back of this release, Asher is also returning back to visiting schools across the UK to teach the students about how they can battle through any mental health struggles. Bradford born and now London based, mainly to focus full time on his music, Asher has honed his musical craft in the capital. He has built an impressive catalogue of songs, working alongside writing greats including Cutfather (Kylie), Mark Owen (Take That), Jon Maguire, Red Triangle, Olly Murs, James Blunt and many more.
Asher’s career has taken him on multiple tours across the length and breadth of the UK, supporting the likes of The Vamps, Boyzone, Steps, Will Young, All Saints and more. Asher has gone onto appearing live on CBBC, as well as having sparking interest from the BBC R2 team. Asher’s music has accumulated over 800,000 streams on Spotify so far!
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