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Briefly, Band of Horses was originally known as just "Horses" which formed in 2004. Band of Horses began to receive recognition from Sub Pop after opening for Iron & Wine during Seattle area shows. The following year they released their first EP. During 2005, the band was in the studio recording their first full length album, Everything All the Time. 2005 was not without its turmoil though; band members Tim Meinig and Chris Early left the band soon after the recording of the album due to "personality clashes" with front man Ben Bridwell. Everything All the Time was very well received, having received an 8.8 rating from Pitchfork and contained a big, popular hit. The song "The Funeral" has been featured in video games, TV shows, commercials and movies; odds are you have heard it before, even if you are unfamiliar with Band of Horses. "St. Augustine" is a very enjoyable song, it is more low key and solely acoustic; quite a nice song on which to end the album. Band of Horses. Everything All the Time has a sound reminiscent of early My Morning Jacket, just a bit less folky; quite an enjoyable album.
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