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Bury St Edmunds band Horse Party release first single Admission after eight-year break





An alt-rock band from a Suffolk town have released their first single following an eight-year break.

Horse Party was formed in September 2012 when singing guitarists Ellie Langley and Seymour Quigley met drummer Shannon Hope in their hometown Bury St Edmunds, before bass player Catherine Lindley-Neilson completed the group’s line-up in 2015.

Following four years of regular gigging and recording, including a string of singles and EPs, the band took a break in 2017.

Horse Party band members Catherine Lindley-Neilson, Seymour Quigley, Shannon Hope and Ellie Langley. Picture: Horse Party
Horse Party band members Catherine Lindley-Neilson, Seymour Quigley, Shannon Hope and Ellie Langley. Picture: Horse Party

They have returned with a new single, Admission, which is out now on streaming platforms via Suffolk-based Toonteen Industries.

Mr Quigley said they have come back with the best songs they’ve ever recorded and there is more music on the way.