What’s New? Horsey – Park Outside Your Mother’s House

After hiding dormant for a few months, London 4-piece Horsey return to blindside us with new a single – ‘Park Outside Your Mother’s House’.

Initially a more reserved affair than their earlier output, this new cut glides in on soft keyboards and delicate harps, efficiently employing horror-show jump scares to tear into screaming organs and distorted guitars. As quickly as the peaceful facade is let slip, the mask reappears back in place; but like a pebble breaking the surface of a lake, the creases of evil shake through the remainder of the track.

A hymnal ode to a childhood love, punctuated by ominous narration and meandering guitar solos, ‘Park Outside Your Mother’s House’ is another conflicted hunk of horseplay from the London group.