A Thousand Horses have released the brand new single ‘A Song To Remember’ (LISTEN HERE), which is taken from their forthcoming album Let The Band Play On. Recorded during quarantine, the anthem builds toward an incendiary guitar solo and an intoxicating chorus that is designed to be chanted aloud in bars, clubs, arenas, and beyond.
Co-written by vocalist Michael Hobby, Brad Warren, Brett Warren and Christopher Stevens and produced by GRAMMY-Award winner Dave Cobb, both ‘A Song To Remember’ and the forthcoming album arrive via Cobb’s Low Country Sound/Elektra in partnership with Warner Music Nashville, with whom the band signed at the start of 2020.
“’A Song To Remember’ is about being stuck in the purgatory of heartbreak and dealing with the rollercoaster of emotions that comes along with it,” says guitarist Bill Satcher. “We always love working with our old pal Dave Cobb, and to have Warner Music Nashville in our corner alongside Low Country Sound/Elektra means the world to us.”
The new single follows the album tracks ‘Drinking Song’ and ‘Livin’ My Best Life’, with Rolling Stone touting both among its “10 Best Country, Americana Songs to Hear Now” as well as declaring the record as one of the “Most Anticipated Albums of 2020.” Let The Band Play On is set to be released later this year.
A Thousand Horses are a two-time ACM Award nominated Nashville quartet made up of Michael Hobby [vocals], Bill Satcher [guitar], Zach Brown [guitar], and Graham DeLoach [bass], and have quietly emerged as a Platinum phenomenon with 100 million+ streams, sold-out shows, and acclaim by Billboard, Rolling Stone, The Boot and more.
The band made an impact right out of the gate with the Platinum-certified debut single ‘Smoke’, which reached #1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart, which made them the first group to top the chart with a debut single since Zac Brown Band’s ‘Chicken Fried’ in 2008.
The track is off their debut album Southernality, which peaked at No.3 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and features their follow-up single ‘(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial’. The boys have toured alongside the likes of Jason Aldean and Lynyrd Skynyrd in addition to packing out venues on their own.