Leeds-based alternative heroes Pulled Apart By Horses are set to return on April 23rd 2012 with the single and video release of 'Wolf Hand' from this years January release Tough Love, released through Transgressive Records. The band's second album, Tough Love was praised by critics and fans alike for its pounding beats, soaring guitars and clever injection of humour and 'Wolf Hand' offers absolutely no exception to what we've come to expect from the group. Having already received unprecedented support from the likes of BBC Radio One, 6 Music and XFM the band look to continue this healthy tradition of well-received, ballsy rock.
Like with their last video, for the single 'V.E.N.O.M.,' the group have instilled the video with their own type of irrelevant humour with help from long-time collaborator Bob Harlow. This time lampooning prank and stunt based shows such as Jackass and Dirty Sanchez rather than the gothic horror film spoof they did for 'V.E.N.O.M.', Harlow's turn behind the camera is this time a much more low budget affair - an effect that only adds to the viewer's pleasure.
The group are by no means strangers to the festival circuit and will be visiting just about every outdoor (and some indoor) event Europe has to offer this summer, including T in the Park at Kinross in Scotland and the Leeds/Reading Festival.
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