Wild Cat Strike debut their new single, 'Horses'
The Brighton band's new single is out next month.
Published: 11:41 am, October 24, 2017
Brighton band Wild Cat Strike have dropped their new track, ‘Horses’.
Due for release on 24th November via Small Pond Recordings and the first in a pair of back-to-back single releases, it's a five-minute slice of post-rock - which is actually pretty a conservative length for these guys, who have a penchant for sprawling soundscapes.
“’Horses’ came from a period of crisis, when I was thinking about the indefinite passing of time, and an inability to change and cater to the present,” guitarist and songwriter Danny Byrom explains.
Listen to ‘Horses’ below.
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