Matthew Herbert shares second single, ‘The Rider (Not The Horse)’, from upcoming record

The announcement of The Horse, the new album from Matthew Herbert, made us tingle with excitement, all the more as the British artist, producer, composer and experimentalist had then shared the triumphant and propulsive lead track, ‘The Horse Has A Voice’, featuring Theon Cross. A collaboration with the London Contemporary Orchestra, The Horse is a star-studded album and in addition to Theon Cross, it also features contributions from guests Shabaka Hutchings, Evan Parker, Danilo Pérez, Seb Rochford and Edward Wakili-Hick.

Ahead of the album’s release on May 26th through Modern Recordings / BMG, Herbert has unveiled a second spectacular cut from it called ‘The Rider (Not The Horse)’, a track with horse bone percussion and bone flutes made from the full-size horse skeleton at the origin of the project. Here it is.

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