Country-rock band A Thousand Horses has signed with Dave Cobb‘s Low Country Sound imprint at Elektra Records.
They also premiered their new single, “Livin’ My Best Life,” which is from their upcoming album, produced by Cobb and recorded at Nashville’s RCA Studio A.
Of reuniting in the studio with Cobb, guitarist Zach Brown shares, “Dave’s been a long-time supporter of the band. He’s always really believed in us and gets our vision, and always has. I mean, we named our band in his studio 10 years ago. It’s amazing this journey we’ve had with him.”
Adds fellow guitarist Bill Satcher, “Dave is a brother. It’s great to get in there and make records with your friends. He is like an additional member of the band in that situation.”
In 2015, the group’s debut album Southernality boasted the single “Smoke,” which topped Billboard‘s Country Airplay chart. Most recently, the band released 2017’s deluxe EP, Bridges.
A Thousand Horses is Michael Hobby (vocals), Satcher (guitar), Brown (guitar) and Graham DeLoach (bass).
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