Receiving it’s debut Radio 1 play last night as the ‘Hottest Record In The World’ on Zane Lowe’s show, PULLED APART BY HORSES have unveiled new single ‘Hot Squash’.

‘Hot Squash’ is their personal take on hypnotic desert rock with soaring riffs, topped by urgent & brooding vocals. With lyrics partly inspired by the Paul Thomas Anderson movie ‘The Master’, drummer Lee Vincent explained: 

“When we were writing and recording ‘Hot Squash’ I had just watched the film. Being a massive PTA fan I was blown away as usual and feeling suitably inspired I wrote a few lines of lyrics about cults and brainwashing. Tom [Hudson, vocals/guitar] elaborated on these and Hot Squash was born! I love the ambiguity of ‘The Master’, attacking such a huge subject with such subtlety is just genius in my eyes.”

The track was mixed by Rich Costey (Muse/Foo Fighters/Mastodon/The Mars Volta) and is the opening song on the band’s forthcoming third album ‘Blood’ out 1st September 2014.

‘Hot Squash’ is released as a single on 23rd June.

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