Leeds rockers Pulled Apart By Horses have unveiled the music video for their song 'Epic Myth' featured on their second album 'Tough Love' which came out in January 2012 on Transgressive Records and peaked at number 67 in the UK charts. The record has now been released as a deluxe edition featuring four bonus tracks.
The band are featured suited up with Blues Brothers-esque sunglasses, drinking together, smoking cigars and generally having a laugh. It reflects the chaotic sound of the song with its heavy guitar riffs, loud drums and shrieking vocals; it sounds exactly like it is the result of four minutes of fun rather than carefully constructed musical work. The video, of course, WAS just the result of a night of fun with guitarist James Brown insisting that the band had the 'worst collective hangover' the morning after.
Brown also mentioned how busy their year has been what with opening the main stage at the Leeds/Reading festival for the first time and embarking on a string of sold out shows. 'It has been one hell of a year for us and we're knee deep in writing now and looking forward to next year', he said. Drummer Lee Vincent has described 2012 as 'monumental' and is 'proud' to reveal more of their work from over the years.
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