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Band of Horses tease new music on Facebook, headline the Knit on Sunday

UPDATED: Thu., July 11, 2019

Band of Horses will likely play a new song or two at the Knitting Factory on Sunday. (Christopher Wilson)
Band of Horses will likely play a new song or two at the Knitting Factory on Sunday. (Christopher Wilson)

Seattle-born, Charleston, South Carolina-based quintet Band of Horses is the ultimate tease.

On May 17, the band posted a brief clip from the studio as they recorded the follow up to its 2016 release “Why Are You OK.”

The catch? The video didn’t feature audio.

In the video caption, Band of Horses promised fans that the album was coming.

“We ain’t gonna turn it in till she’s done fighting, or until someone gets shot with the crossbow,” the band wrote. “We’ll give y’all a taste soon with actual audio, and we’ll be testing new songs on the next couple of runs.”

Lucky for Inland Northwest fans, the band’s current string of tour dates includes a show at the Knitting Factory on Sunday.

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