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1. Changing Winds
2. Hey Come Back!
3. Midnight Running Club
4. I Can't Decide
5. Dying in the Countryside
6. Keep Believing
Seven-Inch A. The Imperial School
B. The Perfect Combination
Horse Shoes is Drew Diver and Jacob Graham (The Drums), two musicians who found one another some years ago while playing in various bands around rural north/east, Ohio. "We both grew up listening to The Smiths nonstop and we've spent our entire lives trying to write the strongest melodies we possibly could."
This obsession with strong melodies and perfect pop comes across loud and clear on their first release "The Imperial School" (Shelflife Records, 2009). Drowsy, unrefined boyish vocals and lo-fi production set the stage for the saddest and simplest three minute pop songs the world has ever known.
"We wanted to make something that everyone could relate to and feel a connection to. The songs are all about growing up out in the country, spending perfect childhood summers with your family and having your heart broken for the hundredth time by the age of sixteen."
If you're a fan of classic Sarah Records (The Field Mice, The Hit Parade) or current Swedish pop (The Embassy, Air France, The Legends) Horse Shoes "The Imperial School" is something you won't want to miss! Having already played concerts in Stockholm and New York City, Jacob and Drew have big dreams and short attention spans. They're currently working on a full length release due sometime next year.
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