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Australian indie-rock duo of Kate Cooper (singer/guitarist) and Damon Cox (drummer/singer), An Horse — who went from rehearsing after hours in a Brisbane record store to playing 'Camp Out,' the single from their 2009 debut, Rearrange Beds, on Late Show With David Letterman return with their second album, Walls, isn’t just a chance to set the agenda for their next phase. It’s also an opportunity to reflect on the fantastical journey that has carried them here, a pipe dream made thrillingly real. Australian indie-rock duo of Kate Cooper (singer/guitarist) and Damon Cox (drummer/singer), An Horse — who went from rehearsing after hours in a Brisbane record store to playing 'Camp Out,' the single from their 2009 debut, Rearrange Beds, on Late Show With David Letterman return with their second album, Walls, isn’t just a chance to set the agenda for their next phase. It’s also an opportunity to reflect on the fantastical journey that has carried them here, a pipe dream made thrillingly real. Walls has plenty of the whip-smart, energetic rock that propelled An Horse half-way across the world. The album’s opening track, 'Dressed Sharply,' is as fizzy and explosive as a shook-up bottle of champagne, spraying the listener with showers of melody and noise. It’s no surprise that the tune is a fan favorite already, thanks to having been previewed in their recent shows. But on the song that follows it, 'Not Mine,' the craft and care that went into Walls’ making becomes even clearer. Kate and Damon’s passionate vocals, weave into a pattern with Kate’s chiming guitar, building the intensity slowly and deliberately as Damon’s drums nudge the momentum along. It’s a powerful tension, one that marks the separation between Rearrange Beds and Walls, where the duo frequently return to that place where anything can shrink into a whisper or explode into a howl. 'They’re my favorite songs on the record; songs like ‘100 Whales,’ where the mood fits in the middle. We wanted to make a record that sounded way bigger and more powerful, but not so big and crazy that it didn't sound like two people,' Damon says.

  • Format:CD CATALOGUE#:CTX614CD
  • $ 24.99

Additional Product Details

  • ArtistAN HORSE
  • Record LabelShock Records
  • BrandINTER
  • Number of Discs 1
  • ClassificationE
  • Audio Type 1.0
  • Release Date Apr 29, 2011

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