Tash Neal recently hit the Relix Studio in New York City recently where the guitarist and his backing band delivered a scorching performance of “Catching Up”. The new original song appeared on Neal’s recently released solo album, Charge It To The Game.

Armed with his sunburst Fender Telecaster, a bearded Tash led the band through the dynamically varied tune, pushing through moments of intense, distortion-fueled adrenaline, to a calmer, reggae-like rhythm at various points throughout as glistening organ tones from Neal’s keyboardist noticeably balance the shifting levels of overdrive coming from the guitarist.

Watch Neal and his band’s live studio performance of “Catching Up” via the video below.

Tash Neal – “Catching Up” 

[Video: Relix]

Released back on March 12th, Charge It to The Game includes singles “All I See Is Blood”,  “Something Ain’t Right”, and “Like a Glove”, the latter of which was produced by Black Keys guitarist Dan Auerbach.

“It’s a celebration of life and a celebration of getting over shit,” Neal said about his solo full-length debut, which serves as a triumphant return after a devastating car accident nearly derailed his life and career. “That’s what I love about the album and the album title—it’s such a statement. Whatever you have to face, it’s like, charge it to the game, man. I’m still here. I’m still living.”