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The Horn dazzles once again with their unapologetic brand of indie rock in 'People Like Us'

London's indie-rock quintet, The Horn, is on the cusp of releasing their debut album and they've given us a taste of what's to come with their latest single and title track, 'People Like Us.' Produced by the acclaimed Danton Supple (Coldplay), this song is a subtle yet powerful anthem of recognition and solidarity.

In a world often marked by polarising debates, extreme opinions, and the relentless pressure to conform, 'People Like Us' emerges as a musical refuge for those who find themselves standing on the outskirts. It's a heartfelt ode to those who yearn to be seen and understood for who they truly are, rather than conforming to society's ever-watchful gaze. As lead singer Jonny Taylor eloquently puts it, this song is "for the people who need to be recognized and understood for who they are."

From the very start, the listener is drawn into the song's unique perspective, intermittently teased by vocal bursts and intensifying percussion as the track unfolds. Then, a trilling drum roll signals the climactic moment where impactful drums, expert bass, searing guitars, cinematic keys, and expressive vocals converge on the central refrain: "Don't you wanna fit in this messed-up crazy world, 'Cause I just wanna feel it before I leave this world."

The Horn know how to create an indie-infused ear-worm that sticks, ahead of what is their biggest few months ahead for this rising band, with 'People Like Us' acting as the perfect introduction to their infectious craft.

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