HORSE THE BAND recently filmed a video for the powerhouse new song "New York City" with director Roboshobo (MASTODON, THE BLOOD BROTHERS, POISON THE WELL). Watch the clip below.
Commented vocalist Nathan: "If 'A Natural Death' is about the vast scope of nature from the horror of birth to the beauty of death then 'New York City' is a song about the life in the middle. It's about civilization and society and the brief moments in time when we as people come together. The director uses these elements to weave a retro-modern science fiction tale rooted in the concrete and asphalt world of today about two tragic lovers trying to find each other against the odds. It's beautiful and touching as well as intense and epic. HORSE THE BAND's greatest video yet!!!!"
HORSE THE BAND recently wrapped up a tour with Wes Borland's new band, BLACK LIGHT BURNS. After a short break at home the band will be heading back out on the road with THE FALL OF TROY and TERA MELOS.
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