Great Divide

By: Royal Horses
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“Great Divide” by Royal Horses could easily be mistaken for a rock anthem straight out of 1973. Stylistically reminiscent of Neil Young and Marshall Tucker Band, vocalist Shelby Kemp broods over the strangeness of American life over the course of the past few years. The apex of the track launches into an epic battle riff and emotive guitar solo that possesses the duality to either inspire listeners to make the world a better place or start breaking stuff. “Great Divide” is the first single off of the group’s LP ‘Where the Purple Flowers Grow,’ that the band recorded at Downman Studios in New Orleans with executive producer John Michael Early.