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theAUinterview: An Horse (Brisbane)

AU Review's Editor-In-Chief Larry Heath catches up with An Horse while they were in Australia. They talked about An Horse's new album, remixes upcoming tours and more!

An Horse announce April Australian tour

An Horse

After massively successful shows at the Falls and Southbound Festivals, Brisbane power-pop duo An Horse will be doing a full tour of Australia to support their recent long player Walls. The band have also released their third video off Walls for the track "Airport Death", which was filmed in Brooklyn, NY and directed by recent NYU Film School graduates.

the AU interview: Kate Cooper from An Horse (Brisbane)

We sit down with Kate Cooper, one half of Australian duo An Horse ahead of their upcoming tour, to discuss the advantages of colder climbs, songwriting techniques and the perks of the American festival circuit and much more.

Hi, how are you today?

Good, how are you going?

Good thanks, I was going to say Good Morning, but I’m pretty sure you’re in a different time zone.

Yeah, it’s like 8 o’clock at night. So good morning to you; but evening to me.

Photo Gallery and Review: An Horse - The Zoo, Brisbane (02.06.11)

Apologies to The Gold Coats for arriving two minutes after their set finished. Checking out their MySpace was a mistake, as the single song that resides in the music player is really quite good; this only served to make me slightly pissed off at the amount of roadworks that are around town these days. It's never a result of my own poor planning. Trust me.

Tegan and Sara + The Jezabels + An Horse - Palace Theatre (09.01.09)

I made sure to arrive early to the gig on Friday night, as last time they toured, when they played the Forum, I turned up less than an hour after the doors had opened to find Tegan and Sara already midway through their second song. I needn’t have worried though, I soon spied a run sheet for the night and Tegan and Sara were not scheduled to start until 11.30pm.