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Horse Thief to release Trials And Truths January 27 on Bella Union!

Oklahoma quintet Horse Thief will release Trials And Truths, January 27 on Bella Union. Listen to the first single, “Another Youth,” on Spotify and Soundcloud. Preorder the album HERE. The band will embark on a tour this fall, please see tour dates below.

For Trials And Truths, Horse Thief reunited with producer Thom Monahan (Devendra Banhart, Vetiver). Frontman Cameron Neal notes, “We had more time to dwell on these songs, as the first record was written and recorded really quickly. We’d toured Fear In Bliss for eighteen months, which really helped us get to know each other’s styles, and where to take the new songs. It means this album is closer to the sound that we want.”

Influenced by their life on the road, love, relationships and home, Neal says, “The title Trials And Truths is about us: we’re still a young band, figuring out how to make things work and to have a purpose, so we can get through any hard times. But the band is very much together—it feels like a brotherhood, we’re all in it for the same reason.”

Horse Thief was originally founded in Denton, TX by Neal. He joined forces with Cody Fowler (bass), Alberto Roubert (drums, percussion), Zach Zeller (organ, keys, guitar) and Alex Coleman (guitar, keys) while studying at Oklahoma’s Academy of Contemporary Music. The band was then introduced to Bella Union through their friends, The Flaming Lips, and released their debut album shortly after.

HORSE THIEF LIVE

November 11

Nashville, TN

The 5 Spot

November 12

Louisville, KY

Cosmic

November 13

Cincinnati, OH

MOTR Pub

November 15

Pittsburgh, PA

Brillobox

November 16

New York, NY

The Gramercy Theatre

November 17

Washington, DC

U Street Music Hall

November 18

Philadelphia, PA

Underground Arts

November 19

Allston, MA

Brighton Music Hall

November 20

Quebec City, QC

District

November 23

Montreal, QC

Corona Theatre

November 24

Ottawa, ON

Mavericks

November 25

Waterloo, ON

Maxwell’s

November 26

Toronto, ON

The Opera House

November 29

Chicago, IL

Lincoln Hall

December 1

Winnipeg, MB

Park Theatre

December 2

Winnipeg, MB

Park Theatre

December 5

Edmonton, AB

Starlite Room

December 6

Calgary, AB

The Gateway

December 8

Seattle, WA

The Sunset

December 9

Portland, OR

Bunk Bar

December 11

San Francisco, CA

Hotel Utah

December 12

Los Angeles, CA

Resident

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