Introducing ... Pulled Apart By Horses

Pulled Apart by Horses

Name: Pulled Apart by Horses.
Based in: Leeds, UK.
Members: Tom Hudson (vocals and guitars), James Brown (guitars), Robert Lee (bass), Lee Vincent (drums).
Introduced by: BBC Introducing in Leeds.
Sounds like: In their own words, "magma disco-rioting with low-fat yoghurt-based rock".
Performances for BBC Introducing: Reading & Leeds, August 2008.

Pulled Apart By Horses perform E = MC Hammer live at Radio 1's United Nations event

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  • Pulled Apart By Horses performed live on the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds festival 2008:

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  • In November 2009, Huw Stephens invited Pulled Apart by Horses to represent England by playing live at Radio 1's United Nations event in Belfast:

  • Playing Now Pulled Apart By Horses perform E = MC Hammer at Radio 1's United Nations
  • Playing Now Pulled Apart By Horses perform I Punched a Lion in the Throat at Radio 1's United Nations

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