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Granada Introducing.... No Hot Ashes: how a school bus meeting led to a debut album

A band which met on the school bus and spent years practising in one of their mum's garages are now releasing their first album.

No Hot Ashes from Stockport have been working on "Hardship Starship" for 18 months, including lyrics about stressed-out relationships, being skint and the B word .... Brexit.

The bands name came from the warning sign written on bins - something they say they regret choosing, but as their following continues to grow, the name is here to stay.

How the band got their name...

Their latest track Extra Terrestrial has just landed and is already getting a lot of radio play.

The band have also played this exclusive stripped back version of W.Y.N.A ("when you're not around") about heartbreak and relationships:

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