Melbourne band, Horace Bones, unleash debut single, ‘Tarantula’ and announce debut east coast tour. The first single from their forthcoming debut double ‘A’ side, “Tarantula” is a raging groove of heavy psychedelia, surfing through outer space like a renegade Sputnik.
Think The Stooges on acid, writing the theme song to a 70’s B-grade horror film.
Recorded and produced by Daniel Caswell (The Living End, Dune Rats) at the newly established Alamo Studios, it’s a track the band couldn’t be more proud of and see as the perfect introduction to their sound.
Born from the remnants of a house they shared in early 2015, the band, though newly conceived, harbours a strong ideology for their musical direction: To shake off the psychedelic pastel dream and explore its deeper darkness.
Having already shared the stage with the likes of Pulled Apart By Horses (UK), Remi, Bad//Dreems and Money For Rope, Horace Bones know exactly what it takes to put on a world class live show. A live show, where wild, sweaty anarchy and earth-shaking music go hand in hand.
Dates for the upcoming tour include:
Friday 22nd January 2016
Ric’s Bar – Brisbane QLD
Saturday 23rd January 2016
Rad Bar – Wollongong NSW
Sunday 24th January 2016
Frankie’s Pizza – Sydney NSW
Friday 29th January 2016
Cherry Bar – Melbourne VIC (official single launch party)
Saturday 30th January 2016
Exeter Hotel – Adelaide SA
Friday 12th February 2016
Luna Park Moondeck (St. Kilda Festival) – Melbourne VIC
'Tarantula' is out Friday 22nd January 2016 through Thirds Music.
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