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November 2019
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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
Wild Cat Strike debut their new single, 'Horses'
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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