History-making band A Thousand Horses today released “Southernality,” their third single and title track off their Republic Nashville debut album. The high-energy tune is a nod to their Southern roots and expresses the lifestyle in which they grew up with lyrics thrusting, “Laid back, way back simple southernality / Flag flyin’, sun shinin’, red, white, blue and free …
Another week, another reason to celebrate for breakout Country rockers A Thousand Horses. And it seems like it’s been a non-stop celebration for months now. Just seven days after their debut album SOUTHERNALITY was released, their first single “Smoke” has officially been RIAA-certified GOLD.
A THOUSAND HORSES haven’t slowed down since their history-making debut on the Country charts earlier this year with their first single “Smoke.” The hit song has reached the number 1 spot this week on both Mediabase and Billboard Country Airplay charts, one week before their debut album, SOUTHERNALITY (Republic Nashville), is released on June 9.
“Smoke” keeps rising for breakout country rockers A Thousand Horses, making them the first and only new act of 2015 to break Top 5 at Country radio, and it’s still climbing after only 14 weeks since their record-breaking debut at #28.
Lunging ahead of the pack in 2015, A THOUSAND HORSES is already on fire with critics and fans alike embracing the Southern Rock flare showcased on their lead single, “Smoke.” The sizzling track made Country Aircheck history as the highest debut for a new artist’s first single coming in at #28.