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The Horn release their highly anticipated indie dazzler debut album 'People Like Us'

The Horn's debut album, 'People Like Us,' is a captivating journey through the multifaceted landscapes of indie-rock, echoing with the sentiment of common human experiences. This collection of songs meticulously curated over three years effortlessly strikes a balance between thought-provoking songwriting and irresistibly catchy melodies.

As the album title suggests, it's an exploration of the shared human experience that threads its way throughout the record. 'People Like Us' delves into coming-of-age narratives, introspective dives into personal insecurities, astute observations on the world at large, and more general contemplations on life's intricacies. It is, in essence, an ode to finding connection, solidarity, and mutual respect through the universal language that transcends boundaries - music.

“Our debut album, People Like Us, is the culmination of three years of work by The Horn and decades of desire for me to make this a reality. We wanted it to be a collection of songs that were individual as opposed to any kind of concept, genre, speed, vibe, or anything else, that each song was its own thing, so we hope people like it!”

Amid the moments of rebellion, The Horn also encourages listeners to seize life by the horns with the bombastic indie-rock tune 'Do It Now.' This track urges us to focus on what truly matters and make the most of our one precious life. It pairs beautifully with the previously released track, 'Too Many Moments,' which artfully weaves together indie, rock, synth, and psychedelic elements into a timeless composition.

The title track 'People Like Us' captures the essence of the album, meandering and climatic, joining together those who find themselves on the outskirts of polarising debates. This song is at the heart of the album's message: the desire to be accepted by the world without sacrificing individuality.

'People Like Us' invites listeners to explore its rich and diverse soundscapes, creating an immersive and unmissable indie-infused experience.

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