Wild Horse a young & very talented original Indie Band influenced by the greats, Rolling Stones, Hen
Original Indie Band from East Sussex.
“One of the most promising new guitar bands we've come across, Wild Horse just keep getting better. Their song “CAN’T!” is further proof that well, they can!”
BBC Introducing - 27th May 2020
Championed by BBC Introducing and critics from both sides of the pond, Wild Horse are prodigious in every way. Jack Baldwin (18), older brother Henry Baldwin (21) and friend Ed Barnes (19) on drums gel together flawlessly to form irresistibly catchy indie rock, always uniquely infused with their diverse tastes.
Wild Horse cover all bases - incorporating pop, classic rock, punky reggae, blue-eyed soul, dirty funk, rap, Latin and so much more into their distinctive sound - truly their own brand of indie.
Lyricist Jack takes inspiration from daily life, relationships, and (naturally) the experiences of being a politically charged Gen Z-er living in a chaotic social and political landscape. With an extremely mature song writing style far beyond their years, Wild Horse continue to excite, engage and captivate their ever-growing audience with each release.
The East Sussex boys are renowned for an exciting, powerful stage show, having honed their craft from an early age at all the iconic venues in London & the South East as well as several festivals, often playing the same stages as many of their heroes once did. The reviews or their songs have been brilliant and extensively played on many radio stations worldwide. Their tracks & albums are available on all major platforms.
With 4 full albums already under their belt, more are always incoming with double single ‘Can’t Stop / The Room released in December and recording about to start on album number 5.
• Two Brothers as Front Men.
• Formed for over 5 years & released 4 Albums & 3 EP’s.
• Average Band Member age still 19 years old.
• Played Live on BBC Introducing
• Biggest Influences – Rolling Stones, The Who, Fleetwood
Mac, Hendrix, Arctic Monkeys, The Hives.