Track: The Horn Return With Latest Indie-Pop Bop ‘Do It Now’

Channelling The Strokes with an effortlessly cool, understated, boxy indie vibe, The Horn’s new single ‘Do It Now’ is an example of everything which is great about this breakout up and coming 5 piece.

Infectious energy, tight guitar lines, catchy vocal lines and subtle depths, the band manage to tread the line between reflective, thoughtful lyricism and simplistic yet affecting indie soundscapes to create music that is effortlessly enjoyable on an a number of levels. Only the bands fourth single, ‘Do It Now’ possess a strikingly complete sound, complimenting the tracks which have come before and cementing the fact that they know their sound and have carved their own unique sonic lane.

Talking about the single, the bands lead vocalist Jonny Taylor shares: “I think it expresses the frustration, which is perhaps that of not being allowed to do something, waiting in line, or just the sheer impatience of what it is to be a human being on this planet.”

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