A Thousand Horses Release EP, Title Track 'A Thousand Horses' Features Black Crowes' Rich Robinson
NEW YORK, Oct. 4 -- Nashville, Tennessee quintet A Thousand Horses release their new self-titled EP on DCG/Interscope/Vanhowes Records.
Recorded in six days in Silver Lake, CA with producer Dave Cobb at his home-built 1974 Studios, the band was determined to capture their music in a live setting, straight to tape, with everyone in the same room. The result is a five-track introduction to the band's unabashed brand of riff-driven rock and roll.
"We tracked it all live. Some of the songs on it are from just first or second takes," says singer Michael Hobby. "We used vintage gear. We used things that we like. That's what we wanted to make: a live, raw, real record and when people come to see us play, they'll find out that we didn't give 'em something that we can't deliver."
Comprised of lead singer Hobby, the band's lineup is rounded out by Bill Satcher (lead guitar), Graham Deloach (bass backing vocal), Zach Brown (guitar, backing vocal), and Shane Lenzen (drums). Lead single, title track, and band namesake "A Thousand Horses" also features Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson.
A Thousand Horses will soon announce upcoming tour dates and plans to record their full-length debut album after road testing new material all over North America.
A Thousand Horses EP is out now. Tour dates to soon follow!
SOURCE Interscope Records