1. 2nd reaction, cerebral (2nd to the libidinous, obviously!): are the Apache (Indians) crying over their exploitation, or is “Apache” a town in Sweden I’m unaware of?

  2. The horse’s expression says it all.
    He should be more grateful, the horsefly heading for her boob is massive.

  3. “Apache Tears” is a notable Johnny Cash song (on the “Bitter Tears” LP). Which explains my initial confusion. Not sure what the UK band was thinking when they chose the name for themselves.

    “Hailing from West Yorkshire, APACHE TEARS appear to let their music do the talking. Not newcomers to the live circuit, the four piece already have Radio1 play & Major UK Festival appearances under their belt, as well as supports with The Maccabees, Pete Doherty & Frank Turner to name a few. Their debut 6 track e.p ‘Barricades’ recorded over last Summer in Elbow’s live studio @ Blueprint Studio, Manchester (Produced by Fred Kindt – Cherry Ghost, Phantom Band, The Slow Show ~ Mastered by Noel Summerville, White Stripes, The Strokes, Maximo Park) is set for release late this Spring. Lead track ‘Barricades’ could well be part of the festival sing along sessions of next summer. Under new management, APACHE TEARS are set to hit the UK & European live circuit by force later this year.” (