Adam Hattaway Releases New Single + Video ‘High Horse’ + 7″ Vinyl with B-side ‘She’s Gone’

  • Adam Hattaway Releases New Single + Video ‘High Horse’ + 7″ Vinyl with B-side ‘She’s Gone’
Adam Hattaway Releases New Single + Video ‘High Horse’ + 7″ Vinyl with B-side ‘She’s Gone’

Adam Hattaway Releases New Single + Video ‘High Horse’ + 7″ Vinyl with B-side ‘She’s Gone’

Adam Hattaway has released a new single and video today. ‘High Horse’ produced by hometown friend Marlon Williams is a track that carries a hint of country, accented by cowbell and rancher hats and features vocals by Tāmaki Makaurau’s Erny Belle.

After the release of Anthology 2018-2023, this promises a new sound from the band. “We’ve always strived to make simple catchy music covered in stringy noodles of distortion. I think we get the closest we’ve gotten thus far to the sound we hear in our heads with ‘High Horse’.”

Hattaway’s vocal melody is infectious and fun while reflecting his journey of searching for answers and singing to those who still don’t know what they are looking for.

Today’s release comes accompanied by another Marlon Williams directed video featuring no shortage of denim, cowboy hats, cleaning and Hattaway and Jones’ on screen chemistry.

High Horse’ is available on 7″ vinyl with B-side ‘She’s Gone’ via Leather Jacket Records. The vinyl is available for purchase here.

Hattaway and his band The Haunters are playing two live shows in celebration of the release.

July 25th
Auckland – Wine Cellar
w/ Milan Borich

July 27th
Christchurch – The Wunderbar
w/ Just Janie

Tickets at Under The Radar (Unwaged and waged tickets available)

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Photo credit: Loren Kett

Adam Hattaway is a hard man to pin down. Where did he come from? Where is he going? What does he want? Where is he now? He’s out there somewhere. On his way to the next gig. Stopping along the way to pick up some extra lip balm. If nothing else, he is always prepared.

You see, it’s easy to put a label on a can of tomatoes but Adam Hattaway is no can of tomatoes. In a time when everyone is eager to place themselves in comfortable little boxes, Adam Hattaway is out on his own, exposed to the elements.

Some people know what they want, but they are the lucky few. Adam Hattaway is still searching for answers and singing to the ones who still don’t know what it is they are looking for. They are his people. You won’t hear him singing out over the cafe sound system, muddying the conversations of people on their work break.The algorithm doesn’t care for Adam Hattaway and that’s the way it ought to be.

Our friend Adam (and yes, you can think of him as a friend) has a lot of material. An album a year quickly adds up. Especially if that album’s a ‘double.’ But it’s still not enough for Adam Hattaway. And it never will be. When has anything ever been enough for anybody?