Track: The Horn Share Upbeat New Single ‘Power Show’ & Announce Starsailor Tour Support

The Horn once again showcase their unique, boxy indie tones on the upbeat new single ‘Power Show’.

Following the release of ‘Passion’ and ‘Always Late’, meeting the scene for an exciting new indie-rock band with a lot of promise, the new single is another demonstrating of the groups impeccable songwriting and guitar led exploits. A vibrant, upbeat soundscape topped with sharp, pointed commentary within the lyricism – disguising a strong message under the guise of a light rock-pop tune.

At a time where we’re experiencing an increasingly bleak political landscape the band warn you to be wary of all cult-like ideologies, to think for yourself and just be nice to make the world a nicer place.

Commenting on what inspired this new track, bassist Nick True states: “So many cults around us, not just religious & political, scroll any social media or watch, listen or read any media in any country and so many people think their cult or their beliefs whatever they are, are more important or more real than someone else’s, they are not, just be nice that’s all you need, piss off, it’s exhausting!”

With only three releases under their belt, The Horn have done more than establish themselves as one to watch, they’ve made a lasting impression leaving people wanting more. Now about to head out on a a UK tour with Starsailor, expect to see more and more about the band over the coming months.

Tour Dates:

07/09 – Bath (Komedia)

08/09 – London (O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire)

13/09 – Nottingham (Rescue Rooms)

14/09 – Manchester (O2 Ritz)

Listen to the new single below:

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  1. […] to keep a skeptical eye open, and to resist any type of tyrannical power structures. At this point, Backseat Mafia noted that “with only three releases under their belt, The Horn have done more than establish […]

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