Leeds rockers Pulled Apart By Horses release 'I Punched A Lion In The Throat' as a limited seven inch and digittal download on 7th March 2011 through Transgressive Records. This is the fourth single from their debut self-titled album and follows on from the previous releases Yeah Buddy, High Five, Swan Dive, Nose Dive and Back To The F**k Yeah.
As well as playing a few sporadic dates, the quartet are hauled up in their Leeds studio where they're writing material for their second album.
Pulled Apart By Horses are currently in Australia playing their first dates outside of Europe, the band will fly to Austin early next week where they're set to play SxSW.
PABH are Tom Hudson (Vox/Guitar), James Brown (Guitar) Robert Lee (Vox/Bass) and Lee Vincent (Drums).
Thu 10th Mar Annandale Hotel Sydney
Fri 11th Mar The Tote Melbourne
Sun 13th Mar Golden Plains Festival Meredith
Tue 15th Mar Latitude30 (British Music Embassy) Austin
Wed 16th Mar Red Eyed Fly Austin More Info
Thu 17th Mar Exploding In Sound & Friends Of Sound Block Party Austin
Sat 19th Mar Latitude30 (British Music Embassy) Austin
Sat 19th Mar 21st Street Co-Op Austin
Sat 30th Apr Leeds Met Students Union
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