Band of Horses leader Ben Bridwell spoke to NME about his band’s follow-up to Everything All the Time: “We have a few more things to add, but it’s pretty much in the can,” said Bridwell. “We’re just doing the final tweaking and mixing in Seattle.” The band has moved to the East coast since its last record, finally settling on Asheville, North Carolina, where much of the new album was recorded. “(Producer) Phil (Ek) likes to say that if the last record sounded like a northwest record, this one sounds like a southeast record. While it’s not the fucking Oak Ridge Boys or anything, it does have some country leanings, but there are also a lot of rockers.” The as-yet-untitled album is due out in October via Sub Pop.
New Band of Horses due in October
Posted June 28th, 2007 by Eric Greenwood · No Comments