High Five, Swan Dive, Nose Dive is the second single from Pulled Apart By Horses debut self-titled album which was released in June to much critical acclaim. The first single Back To The F**k Yeah' was playlisted on the Radio one introducing playlist and High Five, Swan Dive, Nose Dive is set to do one better reaching the C-list. Released on September 6th, the single is set to coincide with the band's tour which kicks off on the 4th at the Lancashire County Cricket Club supporting Muse.
The video was filmed and directed by Bob Harlow and was shot in an old disused Jewish college in Oxford.
Quickly becoming renowned for their onstage antics, High Five, Swan Dive, Nose Dive perfectly sums up PABH character and attitude. Guitarist James Brown said this about the song: 'It's a celebration of fired up dancing and the slapping of human palms connecting with one another. It was penned to unite its listeners via the medium of discordant wailing and flailing bodies. We hoped to infuse dance floors and peoples legs with its reigning rhythm. It's good for your health to party, so here is a musical invite to ours!' He then went on to say 'Wine Horse'.
4 // Manchester LCCC (supporting Muse)
5 // Hainault, Offset Festival
6 // Southampton, Joiners (14+)
8 // Truro, Wig & Pen (18+)
9 // Newquay, On The Rocks (18+)
10 // Plymouth, Eagle
12 // End Of The Road Festival
14 // Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach (14+)
15 // Oxford, Academy (14+)
16 // Guildford, Boileroom (16+)
22 // Liverpool, Shipping Forecast (18+)
23 // Birmingham, Flapper & Firkin (14+)
24 // Bristol, Croft
25 // Cambridge, Portland (18+)
26 // Gloucester, Guildhall (14+)
10 // Norwich, UEA (supporting Foals)
11 // Lincoln, Engine Shed (supporting Foals)
12 // London, Brixton Academy (supporting Foals)
2 // London // Garage
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