After releasing their debut EP and a string of singles to no less praise and horror, the band have been seen touring the country countless times on their trusty old tour van, “Jolene”.
Playing along side bands including Hideous Sun Demon, British India, Bench Press and Mesa Cosa, the band soon learned that on stage is where Horace Bones really makes their mark. The fact being all too apparent at their sold out launch at Melbourne’s The Tote for previous single, Stranger Danger.
“There was so much intensity in the room that the walls were sweating” - Kate Kingsmill /RRR / The Music
"It's evil rock'n'roll gurgling up from hell ready to melt your face off with guitar distortion" - Dom Alessio / Triple J
“Vocalist Oisin led the push-pull dynamic; brandishing a mic stand as a weapon, pushing the tide of punters off stage” - The AU Review
“Swaggering with drunken zombie-rock bravado” - Rolling Stone