The Iron Horses Return with Stunning New Single, Salvation

Touring Through Sept & Oct

Sydney indie rockers, The Iron Horses, will release their latest single, Salvation, through
Golden Robot Records on Friday, October 12.

Salvation is our biggest track to date!” says The Iron Horses vocalist, Duncan Welsh. “It’s a great insight into what’s coming on the album. That ethereal reverb runs all the way through the track and the chorus hits like a heavy weight. We were rehearsing for a few shows in mid June and began jamming on this chord progression while we were in the studio. I had written a new track a few days previously and I wasn’t quite sure how the lyrics were fitting with the melody.

“I tried the lyrics on this new track and it really started to flow. As far as we were concerned, the album was done and dusted so initially, we thought we would leave it as a demo for the second album. After a few weeks, it was really bugging me and I came to thinking this was actually the final piece on our debut! The label agreed and we were in the studio a few weeks later!”

Get a taste of it here!

The band will be showcasing the track as well as their infectious setlist at shows across the east coast during September and October.

TOUR DATES
Friday, Sept 21: The Penny Black, Melbourne
Saturday, Sept 29: Beach FestOld Bar NSW
Sunday, Sept 30: FlowbarOld Bar NSW
Friday, Oct 5: Tomcat, Brisbane
Saturday, Oct 13: Frankie’s, Sydney

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.Earlier this year they released April Rain which was picked up for major radio play across the country.

The Iron Horses are:
Duncan Welsh (Vocals)
Ciaran Loughran (Guitar)
Peter Holt (Bass)
Rahul Ranjit (Drums)

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