Premiere: Get spooky with Horace Bones and their rawkus new single, Stranger Danger

Premiere: Get spooky with Horace Bones and their rawkus new single, Stranger Danger

The Melbourne four-piece are showing no signs of slowing down after a hectic 2016.

After a 2016 that included a heap of radio play with three stinging singles, plenty of triple j love and a handful of national tours, Melbourne freaks Horace Bones are back in in a big way with intense new single, Stranger Danger. Delivered with cultish intensity, Stranger Danger finds frontman Oisin Kelly emploring, "You're one of us, join us, join us", and it's hard not to want to jump on board their hell-bound train. They launch it at The Tote on May 27, so you better catch 'em as they'll be heading off to Europe in preparation for EP #2 later this year. 

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