Tall Ships - 'Gallop' [Listen]
Just when you thought you had the Tall Ships bio description in the bag, they go and release a track like 'Gallop'. Who are these guys? What are they trying to say? Should you care? No. This track sums up a band that continue to evolve, yet never seem to alienate their fans.
Do you know how difficult that is?
The track is taken from their debut album, Everything Touching, which is due out October 8th via Big Scary Monsters / Blood And Biscuits.
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