Live Gig Video: Pulled Apart by Horses play acoustic ‘V.E.N.O.M.’ at Welcome to the Village festival

By on Thursday, 7th August 2014 at 4:00 pm

The style of Pulled Apart by Horses‘ hard-hitting music doesn’t really lend itself to an acoustic treatment, does it? Until now. Last month at the Welcome to the Village festival near Leeuwarden, Holland, the band recorded this uncharacteristically toned down, acoustic version of otherwise usually cacophonous ‘V.E.N.O.M.’, their first ever in their career.

They must have liked this stripping back of their songs so much, they’ll be having a special acoustic show in their hometown of Leeds on the 29th of August at the Brudenell Social Club to launch their third album, ‘Blood’, out on the 1st of September. Also premiering that night (and following fellow Yorkshire bands The Crookes and Reverend and the Makers) will be the band’s own beer, also called Blood. It’s a pale ale concoction being produced by the West Yorkshire Revolutions Brewery and it’s made with blood oranges (naturally) and Yorkshire Tea (quite).

You can’t buy tickets to this very special show. Tickets will only available to competition winners who post a photo on Twitter and Instagram of them enjoying their favourite drink with the hashtag #PABHsBlood. Those with the best shots and who are over the age of 18 will win a pair of tickets to come to the band’s very first acoustic show.


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