Southend punks The Horse Heads share new single ‘Bulldozer’

A manic two and a half minutes of pure punk attitude, Essex-based band The Horse Heads have shared their latest single ‘Bulldozer’. Released via indie label Cool Thing Records, the track is a visceral take down of the people who “mistake kindness for weakness,” full of raging riffs, visceral vocals and thumping beats.

Fronted by guitarist & vocalist Ronaldo Rodriguez, The Horse Heads write tracks about the disappointing and enraging nature of the everyday unfair experience, channelling their uncertainty into blistering punk anthems. Championed by the likes of  Steve Lamacq on BBC 6 Music as well as Radio X’s John Kennedy, the band combine their love of both punk and hip hop to create their loud, cathartic guitar tunes, with new single ‘Bulldozer’ continuing to pave the way for their riotous sound.

Full of chant-worthy lyrics – including a very satisfying Essex intonation of “Au revoir!” – ‘Bulldozer’ takes aim at the people who misconceive kindness as a chink in someone’s emotional armour. Through their relentless riffs and Rodriguez’s powerhouse vocals, the band thoroughly dismantle and – well – bulldoze this misconception directly into the ground.

Listen to ‘Bulldozer’ below.


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Kate Crudgington

Kate Crudgington

Kate Crudgington

Assistant Editor for Gigslutz (2015-2017) Now Co-Founder, Co-Host & Features Editor for @getinherears