Band of Horses

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Avalanches confirm first live shows in 15 years as Splendour in the Grass announces lineup
Australian band, who will also play Spain and England, will be joined at the festival by the Strokes, Sigur Ros and the Cure

Steph Harmon

13, Apr, 2016 @12:16 AM

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Iron & Wine and Ben Bridwell: Sing Into My Mouth review – enjoyable but not groundbreaking
The two old friends from South Carolina could have given this album of covers of songs by Sade, Bon Iver and others a more original sound

Dave Simpson

16, Jul, 2015 @9:45 PM

Band of Horses – review

For the purposes of playing live, perhaps Band of Horses should put more zing in their thing, writes Caroline Sullivan

Caroline Sullivan

14, Jul, 2013 @4:00 PM

Band of Horses – review

Band of Horses have learned a few showbiz tricks and turned up the rock, writes Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

20, Nov, 2012 @5:50 PM

Band of Horses: Mirage Rock – review
Band of Horses up their game and sharpen their edges yet further with this focused and determined album, writes Michael Hann

Michael Hann

13, Sep, 2012 @8:58 PM

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Band of Horses | Live music review
Rural soft rockers Band of Horses hit their stride but could do with the odd gallop, writes Kitty Empire

Kitty Empire

12, Jun, 2010 @11:05 PM

Band of Horses: Infinite Arms | CD review
This could prove to be the Americana act's biggest album, but it's far from their best, thinks Hugh Montgomery

Hugh Montgomery

15, May, 2010 @11:05 PM

Band of Horses: Infinite Arms | CD review
Band of Horses have lost nothing in their transfer to a major label, reckons an impressed Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

13, May, 2010 @10:30 PM

Band of Horses | Pop review

Koko, London
Band of Horses' 90-minute show offers a group upping their game, playing with gusto and conviction, but delivering their songs with perfect clarity, writes Michael Hann

Michael Hann

14, Apr, 2010 @9:35 PM

Band of Horses, Bush Hall, London

Bush Hall, London

Ian Gittins

05, Dec, 2007 @10:07 AM

Band of Horses: 'We wanna fill gigs with drunk dads'

Indie-rockers Band of Horses have no qualms about dropping the 'indie' for good as their star swiftly rises. Jude Rogers hears how they plan to answer their new calling

Jude Rogers

30, Nov, 2007 @12:09 AM

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CD: Band of Horses, Cease to Begin

(Sub Pop)

Michael Hann

12, Oct, 2007 @9:44 AM

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