We won't be offended if you call it a come back. Promise.
To celebrate the release of a video, the birthday of a friend, the death of January, and frankly because we want to, we're putting on some killer bands on at East London's one and only Shacklewell Arms.
Lively blues-punks Ich bin Finn will open the night, fresh-ish off the back of their latest release Breakfast Pizza. It's also bassist Kimmi Watson (Sulk, Lady President)'s birthday, so watch out for low flying bass solos.
The bone rattling post-garage rock Dead Horse are releasing the video for their latest single 'Truth'. Recorded one afternoon in summer, long before the drudgery of January set in, the Dead Horses worked with Monte at their studio (Adriatica) up in the sunny lands of Tottenham. A true to form high energy, hook-laden onslaught, we can tell you now that both track and video are hauntingly good. The video was shot with directors Carys Thomas and Thorbjørn Liljegren.
We'll share the track as soon as it's live, but for now enjoy one of our favourites of their golden oldies.
And topping the bill are instrumental punk-wave (I think you'll get what I mean), Colour Me Blood Red. Alumni of Sly Persuaders and quite a lot of other things, their debut release last year is a tight four tracks of swirling, post-everything, riff-driven goodness.
We'll see you at the front.