Eye of the behemoth by Mild Horses

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Prepare yourselves for an exhilarating sonic journey with “Eye Of The Behemoth” the first new material from Mild Horses in over a year! This psychedelic/electronica stomper offers a tantalizing glimpse into the musical evolution awaiting fans on the highly anticipated third Mild Horses album.

This track marks the latest chapter in the artistic evolution of Matthew Leuw, the mastermind behind Mild Horses. Leuw’s rich musical history includes stints with Norwich noise-poppers Crest, the skronky Brighton art-punks Coin-op, and the lo-fi electro pop duo 2 Hot 2 Sweat.

With “Eye Of The Behemoth” Leuw blends his eclectic influences into a captivating new sound that is both a nod to his past and a bold step forward. 

As an experience…”Eye Of The Behemoth” is a bit tricky…

Let’s start with the name…it might give you an edgy vibe…something dark and heavy…but that is something that surprised me and I was absolutely mind blown by it, they tricked me in the best way possible.

The track is actually very moody yet very lively and upbeat…with a very catchy and haunting melody line…it’s like a rollercoaster ride, very much like it in fact…by the end you feel your heart pumping.

Get ready for an auditory adventure that promises to delight and intrigue, setting the stage for the full album release. Keep an eye (and an ear) out…Mild Horses are back and better than ever!

Wishing the Mild Horses all the best in the world…they deserve it and a lot more.

Cheers!

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