For ATH, "Time's Comin'"
Thursday, January 17, 2019
– A Thousand Horses are out with a new song, "My Time's Comin'."
The song is expected to be on the band's next disc, "Starting Fires," slated to be out this year. Dsave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell) produced the set. He also was behind the controls for the band's country debut, "Southernality," which included the hit "Smoke." ATH had a previous disc on Interscope, which was not marketed as country.
ATH includes lead singer MIchael Hobby, Bill Satcher (lead guitar), Zach Brown (guitar) and Graham Deloach (bass). They released six-song EP "Bridges," in the summer of 2017, which included "Preachin' To the Choir."
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