Following a phenomenal response for the debut album 'Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose', released in February this year, Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves Of Destiny are set to release a new single: the brilliant 'Dodecahedron', which was formerly picked up by Radio 1 BBC Introducing playlist.
Showcasing Beth's extraordinary voice and off-kilter lyrics, 'Dodecahedron' explodes in cascades of colours and little drummer boy beats.
"The night before I wrote it I had a dream that consisted of me running up to strangers in the street and asking them what a dodecahedron was, but no one knew," says Beth. "I later found out that the ancient Greeks believed the Dodecahedron is a symbol of the universe and represents an idealized form of divine thought. Having said that, despite that first line, the song is nothing to do with Dodecahedrons, it's just a prelude to a thought."
Houghton & her band The Hooves Of Destiny will be riding into a city near you soon, and there's a special offer for those in attendance, Beth proposes "On this tour we're offering each of those attending our shows a one-off original, hand-drawn picture by myself & the hooves, in exchange for some unwanted clothing or canned food, which will then be passed on to homeless shelters in that city".