Leeds 4-piece Pulled Apart By Horses debut the accompanying video to their 'Bromance Ain't Dead' single on Transgressive Records (Mystery Jets, Two Door Cinema Club) which is released this week alongside a free B-side download of 'I Might As Well'.
The video is a montage of clips from energetic live shows and various other band-like activities PABH got up to over the last few months; a thrilling taste of what's to come this August and November with their much anticipated UK tour. The track is an upbeat, high-energy blast of pure rock set to electrify their upcoming audiences. The rowdy guitar riffs and heart-stopping drum beats coupled with the passionate vocals give a classic feel to the contemporary alternative rock that have catapulted the band to popularity.
Pulled Apart By Horses have toured alongside Muse and Biffy Clyro in the past, so it's no surprise that their fanbase has continued to grow since. They released their second album 'Tough Love' earlier this year (2012) which saw brilliant reviews across the board from the likes of NME and The Observer. This year they are set to perform on the Main Stage at the Leeds & Reading Festivals as well as playing their biggest London show yet at the city's HMV Forum.
UK TOUR DATES:
4th Y Not Festival Derbyshire
17th Area4 Festival Germany
18th Pukkelpop Festival Belgium
24th Leeds Festival Leeds
26th Reading Festival Reading
6th Birmingham Academy 2
7th Oxford Academy
8th Manchester Ritz
9th Stoke Sugarmill
10th Glasgow Garage
12th Nottingham Rescue Rooms
13th London HMV Forum
14th Brighton Concorde 2
15th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
16th Leeds Metropolitan
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