The Republic Nashville band’s record-setting debut single has reached the Top 5 on the Mediabase country songs chart today and is poised to achieve that status on Billboard’s Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs charts as well after storming out of the gates.
“To know this band’s journey and the side-jobs we all had, the gigs we took for no money, the memories we made while all traveling in one van while we took turns driving overnight for years just to get our sound perfected and the music right, just makes this moment so incredible,” Hobby reflected. “We are incredibly humbled by Country radio’s response and the fans’ enthusiasm, and we just want to take a moment to let this all soak in.”
Just like “Smoke,” a song about a love interest whose presence lingers even when she’s not around, A Thousand Horses leave their listeners eager for more.
Fans who want more of the band right now can pre-order the Dave Cobb-produced Southernality on iTunes to immediately receive five songs. And there will be plenty of opportunities to see A Thousand Horses will also appear at the CMA Music Festival in June in Nashville, one of a handful of select festival appearances.
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