feeble little horse Share New Single “Steamroller”

feeble little horse, the rising Pittsburgh noise pop quartet, share “Steamroller,” the driving new single from their highly anticipated new album, Girl with Fishout June 9th via Saddle Creek. 

“It’s a shame song overall,” says Lydia Slocum. “It’s my most embarrassing song to sing.” Sebastian Kinsler adds “When I played Lydia the first voice memo she liked how clicky the guitar sounded so I recorded a track through my iPhone for the intro. Also, when we were working on vocals, I was like I think you should go ‘yeah’ in the pause after the chorus and she was thinking the same thing, really good sync energy that day,” 

“Seb found a way to capture super clean ghost notes while recording, so I really let those ghost notes carry the groove of the verses, the part feels really good to play. Also when the song was first laid out, I saw it was like 3.5 minutes and I was like ‘Are y’all sure you wanna release a song that long?” Jake Kelley explains, while Ryan Walchonski adds “We wrote it while I was sick. I also remember asking Seb if I could do a guitar solo on this one (something we rarely do) and he said yes and I was happy.”

Pittsburgh, PA’s feeble little horse makes thrilling and wildly unpredictable songs that are a reflection of the joys that come with making music with your best friends. The band’s sophomore album was made focusing on intuition over intention: letting the magic of collaboration come first. “Anything that makes us laugh or puts a smile on our faces, we usually end up keeping in the songs,” explains drummer Jake Kelley. Across 11 self-recorded and self-produced tracks, the band careens from blissed-out pop to harsh noise, glitchy programmed drum beats, and off-kilter indie rock—sometimes all in one song. As a follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2021 debut HaydayGirl with Fish, with its overwhelmingly inviting and emotionally resonant tracklist, is a document of four people trusting their instincts and most importantly each other.  

Photo Courtesy: Micah E. Wood