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Hold Your Horses by The Celebration Army (New Single & Video)

Hold Your Horses by The Celebration Army (New Single & Video)

What do you get when you mix a great, timeless rock n roll song with some smooth and buttery slo mo shots of the band outside in the Canadian winter? The new video Hold Your Horses by The Celebration Army (of course!) was just released today in promotion of the new single. As if that’s not enough for the day, The Celebration Army is also taking over the infamous Horseshoe Tavern tonight to share the new music with the city.

Recorded within the iconic walls of Chalet Recording Studios with Canadian producer Brian Moncarz, the single marks the bands first release since their debut album in 2017.

The Celebration Army, formed in 2014 are led by the vocals of frontman Oliver Pigott, with Nelson Sobral on guitar/backup vocals; Leandro Motta on bass/backup vocals; and Troy Larabie on drums.

You can watch the video below, and if you want to find more The Celebration Army’s click here! Not that you needed any more reason to check out the kick ass show that’s about to go down tonight, but Dropout will be there covering the event, come say hi and make sure to keep an eye out for the upcoming shots & footage! The band will be joined by The Yonge Collective, The Weather Wild, Faiyaz and The Wasted Chances & Sophie and The Gentles here’s a link to the event page! https://www.facebook.com/events/313427885945680/

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