Whyte Horses Cover Plastic Bertrand

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s METZ cover of Gary Numan! Today it is a foot-stomping cover of Plastic Bertrand’s 1970’s classic Ça Plane Pour Moi, by psych-pop Mancunians Whyte Horses. It is a song which always puts a huge smile on my face whenever I hear the original or any of the many cover versions and adaptations of it. This one is no different. Enjoy…   … Continue reading Whyte Horses Cover Plastic Bertrand

Whyte Horses – Next Year Will Be Mine

Next Year Will Be Mine is an original Whyte Horses track full of joyful eccentric kitsch, chiming Christmas bells and honeyed harmonies…capturing the shedding of one year and the hope of all the next one will bring, wrapped up in wall-of-sound production, so distinctive, that anyone would be forgiven if they thought Phil Spector had a hand in making this record. Watch / stream it … Continue reading Whyte Horses – Next Year Will Be Mine

New Videos Round Up

A round up of some sweet new videos. Shimmering psych-pop from Whyte Horses, some charming Syd Barrett inspired bedroom lo-fi from Tiny Eyes, gentle pastoral folk from Queen of the Meadow, rambling, soulful Americana from Valley Maker, vintage outlaw bluegrass country from the Tennessee Stiffs, rural fuzz-folk from Stray Owls, classic indie-pop from Doe, anthemic, heavy duty indie from Tired All The Time, and last, but … Continue reading New Videos Round Up

Introducing >>> Whyte Horses

What happens when you put an obscure Mancunian music chronologist on a three month sojourn in the heart of the Italian countryside with some battered analogue recording gear, some cheap guitars and a female vocalist and friend to explore themes of the human condition and daydreams of fantasy with one piece of decoration: a poster of their favourite band Os Mutantes looming large on the … Continue reading Introducing >>> Whyte Horses