Hailing from the Home Counties, new band Wild Horse is bringing us spirited indie-rock sound that we’ve been craving as of late. With all of the homogenized pop dominated the UK radio stations at the moment, it’s a refreshing tonic to hear new single ‘Don’t Want To Go’ from the emerging trio.
Drawing on influences from U2 to Sam Fender, the band deliver a punchy indie-rock song that calls to the early adulthood angst of small town living that so many of us can relate to. It’s escapism, it’s euphoria, it’s rifling through your parent’s CD collection until you find The Rolling Stones wedged between the Now That’s What I Call Music CDs. It’s youth in revolt and all from the sleepy streets of East Sussex.
‘Don’t Want to Go’ comes a little while ahead of Wild Horse’s brilliantly titled new album, We Are In An Identity Crisis… But We Love It!, set for release 16th July.
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