Shoegaze-y UK garage rockers The Horrors have always maintained a steadfast independent spirit, and it came out in full force during a recent interview with the Daily Star, in which bass man Rhys Webb criticised the tactics he alleges have been used to propel Lily Allen‘s new LP to Number One. After they bass player
Following last month’s release of the shimmering, retro-tinged I See You, UK outfit The Horrors have now offered fans another taste of their forthcoming fourth studio album, Luminous, dubbed So Now You Know. Luminous is slated for release on Friday, 2nd May via XL Recordings / Remote Control. “We’ve refined our sound, and in terms
The Horrors have announced that they will release their fourth studio album, Luminous, on Friday, 2nd May via XL Recordings / Remote Control. The album is the follow-up to the group’s acclaimed 2011 effort, Skying, and will include the band’s latest single, the shimmering, retro-tinged I See You. “We’ve refined our sound, and in terms
Pond main man Nick Allbrook has explained to NME that together with bandmate Cam Avery, the two managed to rope in four fifths of their peers The Horrors for a collaboration that will find its way onto an upcoming release from the pair’s side project Allbrook/Avery. Both Allbrook and The Horrors guitarist Joshua Hayward have
Good new for fans of The Horrors, the English quintet’s pattern of releasing a new album every 2 years looks set to continue. The band have confirmed their yet-to-be titled 4th studio album is almost complete with bassist Rhys Webb revealing recording is just about wrapped up: “We’re right at the end of the recording
East London via Southend-On-Sea band, The Horrors, have released a new video for their single Changing The Rain. The track is taken from the 2011 album Skying, and features some cartoony, psychedelic, kaleidoscopic effects that match the song quite well. The band have come a long way since 2005, when they graced the cover of
At a recent Horrors gig in Liverpool, frontman Faris Badwan has been accused of punching a fan in the face, however the band’s spokesman has said that it was merely a ‘clip around the ear’. Pete Guy, who attended the gig, told NME his view of what happened, saying that “The Horrors were playing ‘Three
East London via Southend-On-Sea band, The Horrors, will be be doing a sideshow at Sydney’s Metro Theatre, on the back of their appearance at the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2012 line-up early next year. The band have come a long way since 2005, when they graced the cover of NME with eye-linered eyes, big hair,
Second video from The Horrors third album Skying, and follow-up album to popular 2009 album Primary Colours. The album was produced by the band themselves in their studio in Dalston, East London. The Horrors will be out here on the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2012 line-up in January and February.
UK Post-punk/Shoegaze band The Horrors will release their new album Skying in few days, but if you can’t wait to hear it, the band have a stream of the full album for you to hear right now.
The Horrors have revealed that their third album will be called Skying, and has a release date of July 11. As NME reports, this will be the London band’s third album and follow-up to 2009’s Primary Colours. The band have offered a taster of the new material by releasing a song from the album, Still
Mikey talks with the guys from The Horrors backstage at the Big Day Out. Starting off by suggesting the band was responsible for shipping convicts to Australia, Mikey soon hits his stride, and talks to the group about touring and their changing sound on new record Primary Colours.