Electro art pop activists Rich List really grab your attention with their new track Esha Ness and its accompanying video.

For the non-sporting among us, Esha Ness was the name of the horse that famously won the 1993 UK Grand National that never was. Inspired by that event, the band came out with this track, which musically hints at bands like New Order, Empathy Test and CHVRCHES but lyrically has a very different, much more introspective feel.

The video itself has a very reflective vibe to it, with a grainy, fairytale feel which compliments the song perfectly. Esha Ness is currently available to stream on Soundcloud and is from the upcoming album Hold Your Forked Tongue, which will be available from 31 March 2017 on Strataville. Keep an eye out.