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Caligula’s Horse issue Marigold stream

Caligula’s Horse have issued a stream of their track Marigold with Prog.

It’s taken from their third album Bloom, out on October 16 via InsideOut.

Singer Jim Grey says: “Marigold captures the essence of Bloom to me. The pure energy, vibrant colour and the powerful, uplifting message that a person can not be judged by what they earn, or what they own, but by those they love, and those that love them.

“In that respect, I am a wealthy man. This song is very important to me on a personal level.”

The band will tour in support of the follow-up to 2013’s The Tide, The Thief & River’s End starting in Australia with Tesseract. They’ll then head to Europe for a run of dates throughout November.

Tour dates

Oct 14: Brisbane The Zoo, Australia
Oct 15: Sydney Factory Theatre, Australia
Oct 16: Melbourne Maxx Watt’s, Australia
Oct 17: Adelaide Fowlers Live, Australia
Oct 18: Perth Amplifier Bar, Australia
Oct 28: Gothenburg Fangelset, Sweden
Oct 29: Copenhagen Lille Vega, Denmark
Oct 31: Dresden Grovestation, Germany
Nov 01: Krakow Fabryka, Poland
Nov 02: Warsaw Hydrozagadka, Poland
Nov 03: Wroclaw Liverpool Club, Poland
Nov 04: Prague Podnik, Czech Republic
Nov 05: Vienna Viper Room, Austria
Nov 06: Budapest A38, Hungary
Nov 07: Ljubljana Kino Siska, Slovenia
Nov 08: Bologna Locomotiv, Italy
Nov 09: Milan Lo Fi, Italy
Nov 10: Winterthur Salzhaus, Switzerland
Nov 12: Luxembourg Sonic Visions, Luxembourg
Nov 13: Frankfurt Nachtleben, Germany
Nov 14: Stuttgart Keller Club, Germany
Nov 15: Utrecht Tivoli de Helling, Netherlands
Nov 16: Bochum Matrix, Germany
Nov 17: Brussels Rotonde, Belgium
Nov 18: Paris Divan Du Monde, France
Nov 19: London Underworld, UK
Nov 20: Glasgow Ivory Blacks, UK
Nov 21: Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms, UK
Nov 22: Manchester Sound Control, UK

Scott Munro

Scott looks after Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 25 years in newspapers and magazines and in 2014 joined our news desk, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more. Scott has previous written for the Daily Record, Sunday Mirror, The Herald and IGN.