Neigh way! Pulled Apart by Horses announce new album ‘The Haze’

Pulled Apart By Horses announce new album ‘The Haze’

They’ve also shared the title-track from their fourth album on the trot.

Pulled Apart By Horses have confirmed their new album ‘The Haze’ - its out in March. Recorded by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys/MIA/Drenge) at his Sheffield studio, the band apparently had a very wholesome time making it, and ”became like a little family - cooking for one another, building fires, holding late-night karaoke competitions.”

We canter wait to hear it. 

This’ll be their fourth album on the trot, and according to the band’s Robert Lee, their previous record ‘Blood’ opened a load of possibilities when approaching ‘The Haze’:

“With the third album we were making a conscious effort to think about everything and really analyse what makes good songs work,” he explains in a press release “This time around we wanted to get back to the spontaneity of the first record, to just hang out and have fun and see what happened, so we wanted to take ourselves away from our usual practise room, find a new space, both literally and metaphorically, and just immerse ourselves in music for fun once again.”

His band-mate Tom Hudson has a succinct summary, too. Basically we wanted to go with our guts and fuck everyone else,” he said. Fair. 

To match the album news, Pulled Apart By Horses have also shared the album’s title-track; have a listen to that below.

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