Return with new single ‘The Big What If’
UK Tour announced for March / April 2017
Live in December 2016 w/ Twin Atlantic
Hardest rocking Leeds quartet Pulled Apart By Horses return this month with their first new music since the release of 2014’s ‘Blood’ album. Back with a brand new track, ‘The Big What If’ (recorded at McCall Sound in Sheffield with Ross Orton), a UK tour in March and April of 2017 and much more to come besides, Pulled Apart By Horses are once again ready to give those jams a massive kicking.
And so it begins… a creeping, strutting riff. Pounding toms, crackles and distortion before the horses detonate and ‘The Big What If’ explodes out of your speakers, asking big questions and attacking you with an even bigger sound. It’s a sprawling, epic, brain-melting, psychedelic rock blast that takes everything we’ve come to expect from our favourite horses and then bravely drop kicks our perceptions into the void to somewhere else entirely.
“From me and the other boys in the PABH camp I can safely say that we’re all overjoyed to unveil this new beast kicking and screaming into the cosmos,” reveals singer and guitarist Tom Hudson. “It was created on a diet that consisted mainly of garage rock, fuzz & a curiosity of the unknown.”
“I’ve never been here before, the blood is rushing to my head,” howls Tom amongst the adrenalin rushing chorus of ‘The Big What If’. Pulled Apart By Horses are back and they’re bravely and courageously travelling to new worlds and beyond. Come follow.
A new album will follow in 2017. Stay tuned.
December UK Dates w/ Twin Atlantic
Catch the band live at the following dates in 2017
01 Derby, 2Q Festival
02 Birmingham, Mama Roux’s TICKET LINK
03 Norwich, Waterfront Studio TICKET LINK
05 Glasgow, King Tuts TICKET LINK
06 Manchester, Sound Control [gigst.rs/PABH]TICKET LINK
07 Newcastle, Think Tank TICKET LINK
08 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club TICKET LINK
Pulled Apart By Horses are:
Tom Hudson: Guitar/Vocals
James Brown: Guitar
Robert Lee: Bass
Tommy Davidson: Drums
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