Pulled Apart By Horses announce tiny London gig

The band will play Camden's Black Heart on June 10

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Pulled Apart By Horses will play a tiny London show next week.

The band will play the 100-capacity Black Heart in Camden on Tuesday June 10. Tickets for the show have already sold out, but the band will be running a number of competitions through their social networking sites for fans to win tickets to the intimate gig. Visit their Facebook page here and their Twitter here. The band will be unveiling material from their forthcoming third album, 'Blood', at the show. They have also promised a "mega tour" for later in the year.

The new LP will be released on September 1 through their own label, Best of the Best. Recorded in Leeds with Eagulls producer Matt Peel, 'Hot Squash' is the album opener and was mixed by Rich Costey (Muse/Foo Fighters/Mastodon/The Mars Volta) - scroll down to hear it. 'Blood' follows the 2012 release of 'Tough Love'. The band's self-titled debut album came out in 2010.

The 'Blood' tracklisting is:

'Hot Squash'
'ADHD in HD'
'Lizard Baby'
'You Want It'
'Hello Men'
'Skull Noir'
'Grim Deal'
'Bag Of Snakes'
'Outahead'
'Medium Rare'
'Weird Weather'
'Golden Monument'


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