Wild Horse are an indie trio whose funked up guitar pop flows with the exuberant energy of kids who grewup listening to hip hop beats and classic 60s/70s Brit Rock vinyls. Wild Horse sound like what putting on anew suit and lighting a cigarette to go on a night out feels like.
Formed by brothers Jack and Henry Baldwin and best mate from primary school Ed Barnes in Sussex,Southern England, they have been relentlessly gigging since their teens. Still only just into their 20s, the guys have recorded many great tracks earning enthusiastic support in BBC Intros, BBC local shows, Radio X, Caroline, Amazing and many other local FM & internet stations around the world.
They have been a featured BBC Intro band twice with many BBC Tracks Of The Day’s across lots of shows, BBC introducing & BBC Mainstream. Their work has received fantastic reviews from many worldwide publications, broadcasters, reviewers & mainstream press for both their recorded work & live shows.
“The new album, “When the Pool is Occupied”, is a wonderfully upbeat and soulful collection of 18 original songs reflecting on growing up in the modern world. Their sound seems to be influenced by an eclectic range of genres… from indie-pop to blue-eyed soul, R&B and funk to rock and roll.” – BN1 Magazine. ♫♪♪
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