Pulled Apart By Horses debut new single ‘The Big What If’

It's the first taster of a new album.
Pulled Apart By Horses have returned with a new track – the first taster of a forthcoming new album.

‘The Big What If’ is a frontrunner for the follow up to 2014’s ‘Blood’, and was premiered as the Hottest Record on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show earlier this evening (8th November).

Speaking to Annie on t’Radio, PABH’s Tom Hudson revealed: “We’re super excited to have something new to release into the world.”

“We’re still keeping our cards close to our chests [with the album]. It’ll be fairly soon. We’ve got a tour set up at the end of March into April, just to kick it all off really.”

“We spent three weeks holed up in Sheffield with the wonderful Ross Orton,” the band’s James Brown told Dork earlier this year. “We’d been wanting to work with him for a long time now but we could never make it work in the past. The entire process has been much less pressured than the previous record and we’ve really found the adrenalin, vibe and excitement levels in creating this one have been totally off the scale. This record is the most exciting we’ve made so far and the energy in it is pretty constant and pounding. We can’t wait for people to hear it.”

“It can be pretty intense and extremely hard writing an album. It’s very easy to get bogged down in it leaving everyone feeling unconfident, but this time we cracked on until we found a wavelength and ended up in our lock-up pretty much every day we could get in until we were writing at our very best.”

You can check out ‘The Big What If’ below, and read our interview with PABH about their new record here.

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