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Wunderhorse - Midas
Wunderhorse - Midas
Wunderhorse - Midas
Wunderhorse - Midas
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Wunderhorse - Midas

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Due for release 30th August 2024 via Communion Records

CD / Standard LP / Cassette / Ltd Dinked Edition No 299 LP

Dinked Edition features : 

  • Black, white and yellow starburst effect
  • Exclusive artwork O-card
  • Hand numbered
  • Hand signed
  • Limited pressing of 750

“I want it to feel like you’re right there in the room with us.” And in 10 songs and 40 minutes, Wunderhorse capture the raw power and energy that has set them apart as one of the most formidable live acts of recent years. With rugged hooks, unfiltered noise, and fierce melodic sensitivity, ‘Midas’ rips up the script of traditional second albums and establishes the band as an endlessly addictive and rousing generational talent. 

In late 2022, the release of their debut album ‘Cub’ saw singles ‘Purple’ and ‘Leader of the Pack’ dominate radio airwaves. Landmark performances filling Glastonbury’s Woodsies Tent (FKA John Peel Stage) and selling out London’s Kentish Town Forum months in advance were followed by tours with Pixies and Fontaines D.C., signalling the band’s arrival as one of the most prominent and exciting new guitar acts in the UK. 

With Grammy Award-winning producer Craig Silvey (The Rolling Stones, The National, Florence + The Machine) on board for their sophomore record, the band looked to do something different. Their goal – in the very same studio that Nirvana put ‘In Utero’ to tape and PJ Harvey recorded the Mercury Prize-nominated ‘Rid of Me’ – was to push themselves outside of their comfort zones. 

“There’s absolutely no faking on this record,” ends Slater, “it's not supposed to be perfect; it’s supposed to be a snapshot, even if it is a bit of an ugly portrait. That's how it was then, and that's how you're gonna see it.” And it sounds like you’re right there in the room with them.