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Based in the country of Georgia (located at the intersection of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, and to the north and east by Russia), singer/songwriter and rock poet Nash Albert will be issuing his latest album, ‘Yet,’ on February 18, 2022 (pre-order the album here: And from it comes his latest single/video, “Lost in Jerusalem.”

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“The idea of the song is that people are mortal and the world does not revolve around us,” explains Nash. “We should surrender our individual egos to the idea that we all have the common human purpose on this earth of spreading love, peace and generosity because nothing else really matters.”

“The video was done in Georgia, Tbilisi. In this video we tried to combine the feeling of the new and ancient time. We can’t escape the past and nor should we try as the past makes us who we are. I hope we captured this connection across time in the video.”

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Albert began is musical career in the Soviet Union, as part of two bands, Salamandra and Blast. Concerning the former, the band spent several years (1991-1995) playing and recording in the US, while the latter obtained popularity in the UK (2001-2013) and was heralded by NME in England described Blast as “the godfathers of the Russian alternative scene”). Afterwards, Nash launched a solo career. Produced by Tim Palmer (who has also produced Robert Plant, Tears For Fears, Bowie’s Tin Machine, Texas and Tarja Turunen, among others), ‘Yet’ shows once more what a masterful songwriter and storyteller Nash is.

“Firstly, it was great to record it in Georgia in SVAS Studios - owned by my best friend and collaborator Ric Berie, which overlooks the Caucasus Mountain Gorge. I feel such musical inspiration when I go there. And to reunite with my great musician buddies with whom I played in the US in the 1990s meant a lot to me. Making the album ‘Yet’ was such a natural and organic experience, the process flowed like a mountain river. The album sums up all my life and musical experiences. As a musician I think it’s a great piece of art and of course I want to share it with the world.”

And concerning his touring plans in support of ‘Yet,’ Nash already has it all planned out. “We hope in spring time/beginning of summer we will start touring in Europe and UK, and also in April I am thinking to start recording a new album. Of course, I got lots of songs which I want to record, and then see how they will come out.”


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