When music makes you dance, it’s truly the most beautiful experience for me personally. That’s when I can feel the music resonating in every last corner of my body. With this in mind, the London band “The Horn” aimed to convey a bit of dancefloor sensation with their latest single, ‘Another Way’. “We wrote it to make people dance, so it doesn’t feel like anything we’ve ever released before. It’s an out-and-out dance track, unapologetically. ‘Another Way’ really just exists to get people moving, and Danton’s mix helped bring that out in the record. The writing’s on the wall when we play it live, though.”
Musically, The Horn’s sound perpetually radiates energy, embodying the classic Britpop indie-rock style. Moreover, ‘Another Way’ is the quintessential song to blast in your car or on the dance floor, capturing the essence of first love with all its butterflies and a dash of nostalgia.
However, the band also tells stories about growing up, self-doubt, and ageism. Ageism is an issue in today’s music industry that primarily affects female artists, but it doesn’t spare male artists either. Yet the question of creativity is not a question of age, and the focus on glamorous youth overlooks the importance and timelessness of human experience. Indeed, dancing is a balm for the soul at any age. So, enjoy the track below:
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photography by Joupin Ghamsari