Horse Party Announce Free Download For ‘Money Talks’ EP + Live Dates

Horse Party share new ‘Money Talks’ EP as a free download this Friday and

play East Anglian dates in November-December

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“Allying the reckless clatter of Fugazi’s post-hardcore and the rancid-cherry sweetness of Garbage to The Dead Weather’s indolence, they’re like a Rolling Stones LP spun on a buzz saw” – Songwriting Magazine
“With a timeless but individual sound, taking in everything from Fleetwood Mac to Sleater-Kinney, Horse Party have had me in their thrall since the very first time I saw ’em” – Outline
“Brazen hooks a-plenty… with a penchant for Lynchian soundscapes” – The Girls Are
“Horse Party is one of the most invigorating and original lights in British rock ‘n’ roll; how they are not a household name yet is baffling” – The Ringmaster Review
Following September’s 7” ‘Paydirt’ EP, which received airplay from Marc Riley at 6music, Huw Stephens at Radio One and XFM’s John Kennedy, Bury St Edmunds-based alt-rock trio Horse Party return with a free 4-track download EP, ‘Money Talks’, on Friday 6th November 2015.  The George Perks-produced EP will be available via the band’s website at
A track by Horse Party, ‘What I’d Do’, also appears on a new 12” vinyl compilation of Bury St Edmunds bands entitled ‘This Is The Sound Of Sugar Town’, due for release on Friday 14th November on R*E*P*E*A*T Records/Pure Deadly, with all profits going to Bury St Edmunds Women’s Refuge.
Horse Party formed in September 2012 when singing guitarists Ellie Langley and Seymour Quigley met drummer Shannon Hope at Seymour’s ‘Washing Machine’ clubnights in their hometown of Bury St Edmunds.  Following a string of self-released singles and EPs during 2013, the band’s 2014 debut album ‘Cover Your Eyes’ (on Integrity Records, the original home of Frank Turner) received critical acclaim, while an always-busy touring schedule has seen the band supporting the likes of Slaves, Levellers, Basement Jaxx, The Nightingales, Shonen Knife, Ghostpoet, Dingus Khan and We Are The Physics, and bleeding onstage at Latitude, The Unorthodox Paradox, Norwich Sound & Vision and Beat-Herder festivals. 
LIVE 2015
Saturday 14th November – Ipswich Steamboat Tavern*
Friday 20th November – Norwich Owl Sanctuary+
Friday 27th November – Ipswich Cult Café
Friday 4th December – Colchester Lakeside Theatre*
Saturday 5th December – Bury St Edmunds Hunter Club^
*with SuperGlu   +with Claws    ^with The Machismos

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1. Money Talks
2. Rocket Science
3. Looking For Life
4. Howling At The Sun
from Friday 6th November 2015

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