Manchester trio Hora Douse have debuted their new video for ‘Buried’

It's a “pop song about grief”.

Manchester’s Hora Douse have dropped a video for their massive new single, ‘Buried’.

Influenced by the likes of Manchester Orchestra and The Hotelier, the song sees the trio – Tom Lee (vocals, guitar), Jonny Russell (bass), Reece Gibson (drums) – tackle themes of isolation and loss in what they dub a “pop song about grief”.

Following on from recent single ‘Outgrow/Anything’, ‘Buried’ was recorded by Bob Cooper (Nervus, Citizen, Self Defence Family) and features guest vocals from Sarah Sefton of Bad Idea. It’ll be released physically by Beth Shalom Records as a AA-side 7” single, and digitally by Rose Coloured Records.

The band are about to hit the road in the US, with a run of shows that includes several nights with Happy Accidents. The details are:

14 New York, NY @ De Construkt
17 Brooklyn, NY @ Alphaville
18 Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Park Brewery
22 Orlando, FL @ Will’s Pub (w/ Happy Accidents)
23 St. Petersburg, FL @ Lucky You Tattoo (w/ Happy Accidents)
24 Ft. Lauderville, FL @ Beerpunk (w/ Happy Accidents)
25 Jacksonville, FL @ Candied Fest (w/ Happy Accidents)
28 Gainesville, FL @ FEST (w/ Happy Accidents)
30 Nashville, TN @ The Beehive

Check out ‘Buried’ below.

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