We jumped on Wolves Like Us over three ears ago when we first clapped our ears around some of their early demo tracks over on MySpace. Yes, it was THAT long ago. Thankfully we weren’t the only people impressed by this, as the band are getting ready to release their second album, Black Soul Choir, on the mighty Prosthetic Records. We caught up with them before a sweaty old show at the Camden Barfly to interrogate guitarist/vocalist Larsh Kristensen and bassist Toy Kjeldaas on one of 2014’s early album highlights.
16 Horsepower was an alternative country musical group based in Denver, Colorado. Their music was usually serious in tone with distinct Christian religious lyrics dealing with conflict and redemption. The core members of the group from its founding in 1992 were David Eugene Edwards, Jean-Yves Tola, and Pascal Humbert (the latter two formerly of the band Passion Fodder). After releasing four studio albums and touring extensively, the band broke up in 2005, citing "mostly political and spiritual" differences. Read more on Last.fm