New Album: Band of Horses – Mirage Rock, New Single “Knock Knock”

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It’s a big day for comebacks –– Band of Horses have officially unveiled their new album, Mirage Rock. The 11-song collection will be out on an already crowded September 18th (albums also out this day: Grizzly Bear, Muse, The Killers, How To Dress Well, Dinosaur Jr., Woods). The album is produced by famous industry veteran and Hall of Famer, Glyn Johns. Despite working with everyone from Bob Dylan to The Stones and The Clash, and not to mention his canned Get Back sessions with The Beatles that ultimately made room for Phil Spector’s Let It Be, Johns is most famous for recording and mixing The Who’s eternal 1971 album Who’s Next. But enough of the history lesson, check out “Knock Knock,” the first single from Band of Horse’s new album.

Band of Horses: Mirage Rock Tracklist:

01. Knock Knock
02. How to Live
03. Slow Cruel Hands of Time
04. A Little Biblical
05. Shut-In Tourist
06. Dumpster World
07. Electric Music
08. Everything’s Gonna Be Undone
09. Feud
10. Long Vows
11. Heartbreak on the 101

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