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Album Review: Pulled Apart By Horses

Album Review: Pulled Apart By Horses
Album: Tough Love
Label: Transgressive

Somewhere, buried deep within a cupboard which is rarely blessed by daylight, I have a hand-drawn comic created by the lads from Pulled Apart By Horses, picked up all the way back in 2009. It’s a little reminder of the hard graft that the lads from Leeds have put into their art; an effort that has been well rewarded with the rapturous reaction to live shows and the healthy dose of radio coverage that they’ve received to boot. Continue reading Album Review: Pulled Apart By Horses

Album Review: Pulled Apart By Horses

Album Review: Pulled Apart By Horses
Album: Pulled Apart By Horses
Label: Transgressive

Pulled Apart By Horses have firmly stamped their mark on the UK map with their relentless touring ethic and the frenetic energy they have put into those shows over the past two years. But their self-titled, full length, debut is probably their biggest challenge yet – how the hell can they imbibe a circular piece of plastic (or a collection of 0’s and 1’s) with the same phenomenal power? Continue reading Album Review: Pulled Apart By Horses

Interview: Pulled Apart By Horses

“When it comes to music I have a hatred of apathy.” So says Lee Vincent, drummer of a band so far removed from the word apathy that they even make a form of medieval torture sound like a bit of a laugh. Pulled Apart By Horses have just started their very first headlining show across the UK, and The Line Of Best Fit found sticksman Lee on their London stop, at the legendary 100 Club. Continue reading Interview: Pulled Apart By Horses