Horsehands are a Boston-based post-punk trio. Not necessarily the post-punk you may be thinking of, though, with “angular guitars” (we never really knew what that meant either) and off-key yelps, but truly something AFTER punk rock. More in line with Guided By Voices — who the band is quick to identify as a key influence — than Fugazi, Horsehands weave weird, whirling, winding melodies and grooves into a jazzed-up, spazzed-out take on pop.
Featured song: “Knots Of Windsor”
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Horsehands’ latest release, Sirs, is now available.
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