Toothless was the solo project of Bombay Bike Membership bassist Ed Nash, launched following the band continued an indefinite hiatus in 2014. Made as an electric outlet to showcase, without the particular expectations, materials he had created in the rear of the Bombay tour bus during the period of the preceding 10 years, the task was named for the toon by Raymond Pettibon. Performing and playing a lot of the equipment, Nash recruited Bombay drummer Suren de Saram for his music group and frontman Jack port Steadman to co-produce his record, which was mainly documented in his living room and partly blended by Chris Coady (Seaside House, Television on the air). His 2016 debut one “Terra,” released on the web without fanfare, was a low-key, acoustic-led ballad with a solid folktronica influence. Following singles were even more uptempo, moving in even more of an indie pop path while keeping some digital flourishes, as the melody game titles (“Charon,” “Kairos,” “Sisyphus,” “The Sirens”) betrayed Nash’s desire for Greek mythology. The debut Toothless record, The Pace from the Passing, highlighted visitor vocals from famous brands Tom Fleming (Crazy Beasts), Marika Hackman, as well as the Staves, and premiered by Isle Information early in 2017.