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New Tin Horses Album Available for Streaming

Check out the new album A Life of Trouble from Tin Horses, the side project of Purling Hiss bassist Kiel Everett! It's available for streaming below. Enjoy!

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Tin Horses Opening for The Young at KFN Nov. 9

Tin Horses demonstrate a remarkable acuity for dusty, bluesy rock that's polished in all the right places and rough around the edges in all the others. Complex arrangements are set against plaintive lyrics, a departure from leading man Kiel Everett’s usual sound when he’s laying down bombs for his other project Purling Hiss. The band’s work shares the polished veneer of the Hiss' sullen "Lolita," but that's where the similarities end. Tin Horses are achy, wistful and immediate, while Purling Hiss are engrossed in a psych-infused haze. This is a bill packed with new iterations of local area acts. NONA contains members of adored West Chester pop-punkers Spraynard, while Amanda X boasts the femme fatale part of Bandname. They're joined by Austin’s The Young, who have managed to fly surprisingly low under the radar whilst being impossibly catchy. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., $10, 8pm, 21+ (Photo by Q.D. Tran) - Alyssa Greenberg

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Tin Horses Ride Again at KFN Aug. 2

Tin Horses ride again tonight at Kung Fu Necktie when they open for Canadian alt-country outfit The Deep Dark Woods. The local four-piece is led by the drugged-out, lazy drawl of Purling Hiss’ Kiel Everett and his endearing yet slightly melancholy storytelling, which also possess hints of hope. The unit combines forces to create comforting melodies rooted in Americana that contain intermittent bursts of raunchy electric guitars - perfect for a night of heavy whiskey drinking and contemplation. So saddle up to the bar at KFN this evening, and get ready to call out of work tomorrow! Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Q.D. Tran

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