Horse Party – Gratitude Falling

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Whether it is their new single or just a New Year’s Day treat for their fans, Gratitude Falling provides further proof that Horse Party needs to be feverishly embraced by the British music scene. The song is a smouldering serenade from the creative heart and the increasingly adventurous sound which the trio from Bury St Edmunds is already noted for, and another slither of variety which has especially blossomed over recent releases.

To be fair fresh flavours and explorations have never been a novelty since the band emerged into view back in 2013 with tracks like Back To Mono and What Do You Need. It has especially been with the EPs Paydirt and Money Talks of last year, and songs around them, where the trio of guitarist/ vocalist Ellie Langley, guitarist/vocalist Seymour Quigley, and drummer/vocalist Shannon Hope have really stretched and pushed their creative recipes, embracing new strong flavours to their post punk seeded core.

HP_RingMaster Review   The bluesy emotive kiss of Gratitude Falling is another new hue in their ever evolving tapestry, a song as beguiling as it is resourcefully fiery and sonically tenacious. Its entrance is simply a melodic lure, guitar offering a single tempting soon courted by the thicker tone of bass and the ever engaging tones of Langley. Swiftly there is also an infectious flirtation to the song, one instantly open but also biding its time and intensity to really explode with the band in a rousing scuzzy expulsion of sound and intensity posing as a chorus.

The song is an increasingly gripping and dramatic enslavement of ears and appetite and where many Horse Party songs light the touch paper to rigorous involvement from the off it is one of those others taking their time to seduce and entice over numerous listens, all the while revealing more charm and rich persuasion. Fair to say Gratitude Falling does straight away pull on attention and spark a want to hear it again and again where it proceeds to sink the listener deeper into its inescapable dark majestic tempting. More and more newcomers are being lured towards the band with each encounter and long will it continue with tracks like this.

You can get Gratitude Falling as a free download @ https://horsepartyparty.bandcamp.com/track/gratitude-falling

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Pete RingMaster 12/01/2016

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Horse Party – What Do You Need

This year has seen the riveting emergence of and ascending success for UK rock band Horse Party, one which simply continues with their new single What Do You Need. The two track release continues the trio’s capturing of the imagination with a blend of garage blues and indie rock, a sound which easily grabs attention and awakens a keen intrigue in their unique inventiveness. It also shows a different feel and expanse to their creativity to that on previous tracks as it continues the band’s now established presence and sound. Appealing and compelling, the single is another impressing persuasion adding further potent tempting for the band’s debut album Cover Your Eyes due early next year.

Hailing from Bury St Edmunds and formed in the September of 2011, the trio of drummer/vocalist Shannon Hope, guitarist/vocalist Seymour Quigley, and vocalist/guitarist Ellie Langley initially sparked attention with a track they made available for free download. From there support offers from Tunng, Dingus Khan, Vuvuvultures, and Tied To The Mast followed as well as a live broadcast via BBC Introducing from the new John Peel Centre for Creative Arts. Debut single Clarion Call made an even greater dent in the awareness of fans and media whilst its successor Back To Mono and the live Scarlet & Blue EP cemented and increased the stature of the band. What Do You Need is the next slice of persuasive enterprise from Horse Party and a rather convincing argument it makes too.

The Integrity Records released single takes a mere moment to awaken thoughts and eager anticipation as a single guitar laid bait HFwh1ETUc38L5egjrbheXeX6IPPYOPFw0yk9-2vkFo-lis soon punctuated with heavy beats and another equally alluring melodic guitar call. The vocals of Langley also do not wait long before adding their pleasing temptation to the easily engaging and enthralling lure of the song whilst a fiery glaze coats the raw crescendo of sound which surrounds the chorus, though it’s superb intensity and texture shows restraint around the verses for similar effect and success. There is a grungy feel to the track which arguably is less pronounced on previous songs but as it progresses towards its caustic but melodically seeded finale it provides a magnetic squall of scuzzy pleasure.

The song is accompanied by See Wider, an acoustic embrace upon the ear with a delicate breath to its sound and the great vocal charm. The song simply smoulders with melodic beauty, its depth and craft an increasingly irresistible enchantment the more time spent in its brief but warm arms. It is a glorious seduction, a tantalising persuasion which in many ways is a stronger ignition for the passions than the lead song.

What Do You Need does not reach the levels of certainly Back To Mono but still shows Horse Party as one of the more exciting and adventurous bands to emerge over recent months. Their album simply cannot come soon enough.

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7/10

RingMaster 09/11/2013

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