Sydney rockers, The Iron Horses, have released their latest single, April Rain, through Golden Robot Records, as they get ready to hit the recording studio for their 2018 album.
A track about the regret and remorse that takes over the morning after a heavy night, the alter ego taking over and people seeing that ugly side.
“I think everyone can relate. Everyone has been there. Maybe just not as often as me…” says The Iron Horses vocalist, Duncan Welsh. “The song came together quickly in the studio with Ciaran’s lead riff coming pretty much from the first time we jammed it through. When it came to recording, we changed the structure on the day to get into the chorus a bit quicker, which I think worked well.”
Download/Stream The Iron Horses April Rain here:
Formed in 2015, the band released their debut EP, Stop To Start in 2016 and played over 50 shows in and around Sydney over that year. They followed the EP with the singles What Did You Expect and Two Kinds of Lover ahead of releasing their breakthrough song Traffic in early 2017.
The Iron Horses are:
Duncan Welsh (Vocals)
Ciaran Loughran (Guitar)
Peter Holt (Bass)
Rahul Ranjit (Drums)