London quartet Horsey - fronted by Theo McCabe and DIY fave Jacob Read (aka Jerkcurb) - have been busy lads and today they’re unveiling the spoils in one wonderful smorgasbord of goods.
First up there’s not one but two new tracks: the absolutely bonkers rock opera histrionics of ‘Park Outside Your Mother’s House’ and the slightly more normal (only slightly, mind) ‘Weeping’. You can stream both below ahead of their 7” vinyl release later this month.
The band have also announced their biggest headline shows to date, at London’s Lexington on 17th November and at The Nest in Bath on 18th November.
And finally, if you want to ride this Horsey all around Europe, they’ll also be joining King Krule across his forthcoming dates around the continent.
Saddle up, strap yourself in and check it all out below.
17 London, UK, Lexington
18 Bath, UK, The Nest
26 Paris, FRA, Casino de Paris (with King Krule)
29 Lyon, FRA, L'epicerie Moderne (with King Krule)
30 Zurich, SWI, Rote Fabrik (with King Krule)
01 Cologne, GER, Burgerhaus Stollwerk (with King Krule)
03 Hamburg, GER, Uebel and Gefahrlich (with King Krule)
04 Berlin, GER, Astra (with King Krule)
06 Copenhagen, DEN, Vega (with King Krule)
08 Stockholm, SWE, Vasateaten (with King Krule)
10 Amsterdam, NED, Melkweg
11 Antwerp, BEL, De Roma
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