I Break Horses have shared their euphoric new single "Neon Lights", the third single to be lifted from their first album in six years, Warnings.
Vocalist Maria Lindén describes the new single as "An anthem for all of us who have ever felt like we didn't fit in. It is trying to give a glimpse of hope to all outsiders who feel like they can't find their way and to show the world that being a 'misfit' is a beautiful thing, not something to be pushed aside."
Lindén says of the record, "It’s not a political album, though it relates to the alarmist times we live in. Each song is a subtle warning of something not being quite right."
Speaking about the process of making the album, Lindén adds, "It has been some time in the making. About five years, involving several studios, collaborations that didn’t work out, a crashed hard drive with about two years of work, writing new material again instead of trying to repair it. New studio recordings, erasing everything, then recording most of the album myself at home…"