A Thousand Horses Return With ‘A Song To Remember’

A Thousand Horses ; Photo by Alysse Gafkjen
A Thousand Horses ; Photo by Alysse Gafkjen
A Thousand Horses ; Photo by Alysse Gafkjen

After some time away from the spotlight, country/rock quartet has returned with a new single that is guaranteed to take their career to the next level.

Out now, “A Song To Remember” is a quintessential heartbreak anthem that finds the band seeking out ways to forget an ex-lover.

“I need a song to remember/ And a drink to forget/ I’m on my way to gettin’ over you/ But I ain’t there yet,” they sing on the chorus. “When the melody hits me/ Little coke in my whiskey/ I’m as close to good as I’m gonna get/ I need a song to remember/ And a drink to forget.”

“A Song To Remember” was co-written by Michael Hobby, Brad Warren, Brett Warren and Christopher Stevens and produced by GRAMMY-Award winner Dave Cobb.

“’A Song To Remember’ is about being stuck in the purgatory of heartbreak and dealing with the rollercoaster of emotions that comes along with it,” said guitarist Bill Satcher. “We always love working with our old pal Dave Cobb, and to have Warner Music Nashville in our corner alongside Low Country Sound/Elektra means the world to us.”

The track is the lead single forthcoming album Let The Band Play On. Click above to listen.

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