Tash Neal revisits the experience of being in a coma following a car accident back in 2012 on a new single from the former London Souls guitarist. Released earlier this week, “All I See Is Blood” will appear on Neal’s forthcoming debut solo album, Charge It To The Game, due out next month on March 12th via Black Hill Records.

The uptempo track has a warm, vintage funk feel to it, and even drifts into a dreamy direction at times. Some scorching guitar playing from Neal though is what escalates the overall mood and leads the way through its 3:05 minute runtime.

The song’s video directly references the 2012 car accident which resulted in Neal being put in a medically-induced coma following brain surgery in order to save his life. Neal added in a press statement, “When I woke up from the coma, I’d rub my eye day in and day out, thinking for sure there was an eyelash in there. Ended up being dried blood in my cornea because of the blood crushing my brain due to the impact. Damn drag racers.”

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Listen to the new solo track from Neal below.

Tash Neal – “All I See is Blood” 

[Video: Tash Neal]

Neal released his debut solo effort in 2020 with “Something Ain’t Right”, and followed that up with “Like a Glove” shared earlier this year.