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Ashe’s highly anticipated single “Another Man’s Jeans” is out now on all platforms.

“Another Man’s Jeans” is the perfect song to blast through the speakers while driving down the Pacific Coast highway. With a lighthearted message and upbeat rhythm, the song represents freedom and youth, featuring cleaver lyrics and catchy hooks that stay with you. “Another Man’s Jeans” gets us excited for sunny skies and warm weather, and this old school indie-pop banger throws you into a vibrant and positive sonic universe for 2 minutes and 45 seconds of pure bliss.

This single mark’s Ashe’s first music release since the drop of her debut album Ashelyn last May. That album proved the singer’s potential in the music industry, having received over 1.5 billion streams since the release. Ever since the singer put out “Moral of the Story,” which was featured in Netflix’sTo All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You back in 2019, Ashe’s fanbase has grown exponentially. When this debut single produced by FINNEAS went viral on TikTok, her fame skyrocketed, resulting in the subsequent release of “Moral of the Story ft. Niall Horan.”

“Another Man’s Jeans” was co-written with producer Leroy Clampitt, who previously collaborated with her to write a lot of Ashlyn. Clampitt has also written with pop music stars such as Justin Bieber and Madison Beer. About the single, Ashe said, “'Another Man's Jeans' is about unashamed and uninhibited confidence, loosening up and having a good time. It sounds like what carefree feels like. It's sexy! And loud! And fun! It's a reminder to not take life too seriously.”

The artist first teased the song on TikTok last December, and since then fans have been going crazy looking forward to the drop of “Another Man’s Jeans.” Soon after the first video was made, Ashe posted another TikTok mashing up “Another Man’s Jeans” with pop singer Harry Styles’ “Carolina,” since the two have similar intro beats. Although many people took the video as flattery towards the Styles, she received some backlash from a handful of Harry Styles' fans who accused Ashe of copying him in her songwriting. Following the accusations, Ashe took to a Twitter thread to address the situation. She clarified that although she loves and is inspired by Styles, it wasn't about him and his fanbase. In her tweets, she talked about how the accusations thrown at her were "unfair, unjustified" and "sexist".

Ashe released a music video for the single as well on her Youtube. The Jason Lester-directed video takes you into a vibrant cinematic world, and the visuals are the perfect compliment to the up-beat, summer tune. The video is an homage to rock and roll of the 70’s with bright colors and retro aesthetics which match the old-school vibe of the song. In a TikTok where she spoke about the video, Ashe had said, “We went to Mexico and we filmed the sickest music video and the film got ruined. I got a call saying that the entire film is unusable. So we went back to Mexico and we reshot the entire thing.” Ashe had previously said that it had been the biggest production she’d ever done for a music video. Watch the full music video below.

This spring, Ashe is embarking on a tour through North America and Europe as a part of her Fault Line Tour which continues through June 18th. She will also be coming back Stateside for Bonnaroo and other summer music festivals. View her full tour schedule below.

Tour Dates

Mon, April 4 - Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, BC

Tues, April 5 - Moore Theatre - Seattle, WA

Wed, April 6 - Roseland Theater - Portland, OR

Fri, April 8 - The Fillmore - San Francisco, CA

Sat, April 9 - The Independent - San Francisco, CA

Mon, April 11 - The Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA

Tues, April 12 - The Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA

Thurs, April 14 - The Van Buren - Phoenix, AZ

Sat, April 16 - Scoot Inn - Austin, TX

Sun, April 17 - House of Blues - Houston, TX

Mon, April 18 - The Echo Lounge & Music Hall - Dallas, TX

Wed, April 20 - Marathon Music Works - Nashville, TN

Thurs, April 21 - Buckhead Theatre - Atlanta, GA

Sat, April 23 - 9:30 Club - Washington, D.C.

Mon, April 25 - Webster Hall - New York, NY

Tues, April 26 - Webster Hall - New York, NY

Wed, April 27 - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA

Fri, April 29 - Royale - Boston, MA

Sat, April 30 - Théâtre Corona - Montreal, QC

Sun, May 1 - The Danforth Music Hall - Toronto, ON

Tues, May 3 - Saint Andrew's Hall - Detroit, MI

Wed, May 4 - House of Blues - Cleveland, OH

Fri, May 6 - Metro - Chicago, IL

Sat, May 7 - Metro - Chicago, IL

Sun, May 8 - First Avenue - Minneapolis, MN

Wed, May 11 - Summit - Denver, CO

Thurs, May 12 - Summit - Denver, CO

Mon, May 23 - The Helix - Dublin, Ireland

Wed, May 25 - O2 Ritz Manchester - Manchester, England

Thurs, May 26 - SWG3 - Glasgow, Scotland

Sat, May 28 - Stylus - Leeds, England

Mon, May 30 - O2 Institute Birmingham - Birmingham, England

Tues, May 31 - O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire - London, England

Wed, June 1 - O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire - London, England

Fri, June 3 - Kesselhaus - Berlin, Germany

Mon, June 6 - Uebel & Gefährlich - Hamburg, Germany

Tues, June 7 - Gloria - Cologne, Germany

Wed, June 8 - Melkweg - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Fri, June 10 - AB - Brussels, Belgium

Sun, June 12 - Technikum - Munich, Germany

Mon, June 13 - Fabrique - Milan, Italy

Tues, June 14 - La Cigale - Paris, France

This single marks the start of a new era for Ashe, and we could not be more excited for what is to come. With all of her recent success, Ashe holds the attention of many big names in the music industry in addition to her growing audience, and we can expect great things from the artist in the near future.

Make sure to follow Ashe on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok, and check out the singer’s website for more info on her upcoming projects.

Listen to “Another Man’s Jeans” out now on all platforms.

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