News: Wunderhorse strike gold with ‘Silver’

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Wunderhorse have unveiled ‘Silver,’ the third single from their upcoming album ‘Midas,’ set to drop on August 30th via Communion.

“The song is about that ugly side of yourself that you try to keep a secret, but you know it’s there because it makes your skin crawl sometimes. It gets you places but fucks you up in the process. Everyone has elements of their makeup that they’d rather not admit to or keep locked away and never look at. That’s what ‘Silver’ is about. Kind of.”

Jacob Slater

Recorded at Minnesota’s iconic Pachyderm Studio—the birthplace of Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’ and PJ Harvey’s ‘Rid Of Me’—Wunderhorse’s upcoming album, ‘Midas,’ emerges with the seasoned touch of producer Craig Silvey, known for his work with The Rolling Stones, The National, and Florence + the Machine. This marks the band’s second LP, a follow-up to their 2022 debut, ‘Cub.’

Since its release 18 months ago, Wunderhorse’s debut album ‘Cub’ has evolved into something truly special. With its expansive psychedelic tracks and biting grunge hooks, ‘Cub ‘has resonated deeply with a growing legion of fans. The album’s journey has propelled the band from intimate gigs in basements and pubs to major stages, including a packed Glastonbury Woodsies tent and a sold-out Kentish Town O2 Forum months ahead of time.

Pre-order ‘Midas’ HERE.

Wunderhorse are heading out on a tour of the UK/Ireland soon.

Wunderhorse live dates:
12-14 July .. TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow
7-11 Aug .. Boardmasters Festival, Cornwall
22-25 Aug .. Reading and Leeds Festival
3 Oct .. Rock City, Nottingham
4 Oct .. O2 Institute, Birmingham
5 Oct .. O2 Academy, Bristol
7 Oct .. The 1865, Southampton
8 Oct .. The Great Hall, Cardiff
10 Oct .. O2 Academy Brixton, London
11 Oct .. O2 Academy, Oxford
12 Oct .. UEA, Norwich
14 Oct .. O2 Academy, Liverpool
15 Oct .. Barrowland, Glasgow
16 Oct .. Vicar Street, Dublin
18 Oct .. Becketts Students’ Union, Leeds
19 Oct .. Academy, Manchester
20 Oct .. NX, Newcastle

Tickets HERE.

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