Guitarist Tash Neal, who some fans will recognize thanks to his work in the New York City high-powered blues-rock band The London Souls, has released his debut solo album, Charge It to the Game, which arrived on Friday via Black Hill Records.

The new 11-track studio effort from the guitarist and singer includes the previously shared singles, “All I See Is Blood”,  “Something Ain’t Right”, and “Like a Glove”, with the latter being 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 in a press statement “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.”

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After spending the 2010s as the guitarist and singer for The London Souls, Neal finally emerges within his own light on this album. He showcases 11 songs that are powered by a retro-inspired sound similar to rock and funk of the 1970s, yet the tracks don’t sound recycled or overly-ambitious. Rather, the songs make for a smooth listening experience from start to finish.

Stream the new album from Tash Neal via the Spotify player below.

Tash Neal – Charge It to the Game