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Holy Motors - Horse limited edition vinyl

HOLY MOTORS - HORSE VINYL (LTD. ED. METALLIC GOLD)

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LIMITED EDITION METALLIC GOLD VINYL

Release Date: 6th November 2020

The second album from Estonia’s fabulous Americana nostalgists, Holy Motors. Horse builds on from the band’s superb 2018 debut Slow Sundown by embracing new sounds and expanding their scope. This is a nostalgia-fest of rockabilly crooning and alt-country Americana with the added additional of reverb-soaked shoegaze. This has the ability to soundtrack any moment in your life!

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"The more hopeful ‘sunrise’ to 2018’s critically acclaimed ‘Slow Sundown’, ‘Horse’ finds Tallinn, Estonia’s Holy Motors acknowledging the Americana and rockabilly strands of their musical DNA without sacrificing any of the otherworldly mystique that keeps them from neatly conforming to the shoegaze and dreampop labels often applied to their music. From the album’s opening moments songs like ‘Country Church’, with its major key and classic rhythm and blues guitar line and ‘Midnight Cowboy’, which sounds like a lost Buddy Holly 45 played at 33 rpm, make it clear that ‘Horse’ - even if it may not accomplish the impossible task of demystifying this band of ex-Soviet cowboys - will at least show you that there’s more to them than the nearimpenetrable darkness of their work to date may suggest. While tracks like ‘Trouble’ and ‘Endless Night’ gravitate towards the ethereal production and existential subject matter of prior releases, repeat listens will reveal the same complex compositions and humanity that are much more a hallmark of Horse’s eight songs. As a whole, ‘Horse’ stands as a warmer, more human counterpoint to 2018’s celestial ‘Slow Sundown’. As to which of the two entries better approximates Holy Motors’ natural set point, only time will tell. Holy Motors are a “twang and reverb” band from Tallinn Estonia, united by shared infatuation with the American West that the members developed waiting out their homeland’s long, grim winters with the warm company of American western films and their instruments."