the haggis horns

x werkha


Long celebrated as the hottest funk band around, with a sustained tenure of

fiery singles and a distinctive northern funk sound, The Haggis Horns are

coming at you with their latest track! Exclusive to Stutter & Twitch ‘Outta My

Head’ has been re-recorded and re-released; renovating HH’ tantalizing

sound into an ‘ass shaking’ hit for the ages! 3 rd March will see The Horn’s

twelfth release in as many years, with STR004 marking our funkiest release to


Side A, ‘Outta My Head’ gives you The Haggis Horn’s sound that we all know

and love; bringing a classic, carefree warmth just in time for spring, with a

rejuvenated angle! Destined to be an instant classic, the seven-piece have

besieged the track with ample horns, enticing keys, frenzied backing vocals all

in a killer verse/chorus/solo combo. A contagious sing-a- long and a party

starter, all in one! Side B ‘Give Me Something Better’ is an example of

established producer/artist, Werkha shying away from the ‘electronica norm’

of decapitating funk standards of their soul. By adsorbing the rhythm, and

imparting a creative flair and organic sounds with an infectious curiosity,

Werkha places the funk innovators in an augmented light.


The best horn section in the world! - Mark Ronson
“You can always rely on The Haggis Horns to get the party started! Funk at its
tightest!” - Bill Laurance (Snarky Puppy)
“Sounds amazing! Some of my favourite musicians are playing on this
record and every single one I’ve learnt something from. Raging grooves!” -
Corinne Bailey Rae

After a decade of performing at some of the hottest venues on the globe, and

with every name who has an agenda for funk, The Haggis Horn’s addictive

sound and live force has rumbled every joint imaginable.

The harmonious seven-piece have conquered most of Europe preserving a

legendary presence, with slots on Kendal Calling, Edinburgh Fringe,

Cambridge Jazz Festival, 02 Academy, Leeds, Y Not Festival, etc. In addition,

the globetrotting act has recorded and supported the likes of Jamiroquai, John

Legend & The Roots, Amy Winehouse, Corinne Bailey Rae, Take That, Mark

Ronson and Elbow across the world, and received airtime from BBC Radio 2,

Radio 6, Reform Radio and Craig Charles Funk & Soul.  2017 sees another

huge year The Haggis Horns, and the hype for one helluva anticipated drop

has only just begun.