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Pulled Apart By Horses - The Big What If

With this, those doubts can clear a space. There’s no need for second chances.
Pulled Apart By Horses - The Big What If
Published: 9:11 pm, November 08, 2016
With this, those doubts can clear a space. There’s no need for second chances.



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Trying to capture the mayhem of their live performance is quite probably the most obvious move that Pulled Apart By Horses could choose to take. The rampant chaos of their shows is the stuff of legend - all sweatboxes, crowd surfing and screaming anarchy.

With ‘The Big What If’, they’ve got closer than ever before. Tight and tense, they’re like a clenched fist ready to throw a one punch knock out. Playing anxiety as a driving force, it’s a hundred mile an hour charge through a world of dread and intimidation.

“I’m riding out the storm / And I don’t wanna feel regret”, frontman Tom Hudson offers. With this, those doubts can clear a space. There’s no need for second chances.

Check out Pulled Apart By Horses' 'The Big What If' on our Brand New Bangers Spotify playlist now.

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