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April 2020
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I Break Horses have dropped their anthem for outsiders, 'Neon Lights'

New album 'Warnings' is out in May.
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Published: 8:49 pm, March 18, 2020
I Break Horses have dropped their anthem for outsiders, 'Neon Lights'

I Break Horses have released their new single, 'Neon Lights'.

Following on from 'Death Engine' and 'I'll Be The Death Of You', it's a teaser from the band's new album 'Warnings', due for release on 8th May via Bella Union.

Maria Lindén says: “An anthem for all of us who have ever felt like we didn't fit in. It is trying to give a glimpse of hope to all outsiders who feel like they can't find their way and to show the world that being a ‘misfit’ is a beautiful thing, not something to be pushed aside.”

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