The Horrors The Horrors return with their monstrous new album ‘V’, exhibiting class & creativity on their latest UK tour. The boys from Southend-on-Sea delighted Birmingham with a real swagger about them. An indulgent performance that stimulated the senses & entertained throughout.


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The Horrors The Horrors have recently released their fourth album, ‘Luminous’, having made their name with their own brand of krautrock influenced indie-goth-garage-psychedelia. So we expect a pretty spaced-out evening, with mind-bending, swirling, trancey guitar (from Joshua Hayward) and synthesizer (from Tom Cowan), presided over centre-stage by the tall and lean, spikey-haired, black-clad figure of lead singer Faris Badwan, with his distinctive deep, dead-pan, vocals. And this is what we get.


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The Horrors Ok so I’ve got a multitude of albums by other bands, but how come I’ve only just fallen in love with The Horrors musically... only now with their third album release Skying? Yes, I witnessed they’re awesome 2009 Mercury Music nomination performance, and yes, drooled at their gothic uber cool along with Vince Noir. But how come it’s only now I’ve got round to delving deeper? Well I guess viewing them purely as an interesting and enigmatic concept was enough for me... a sort of ten legged encapsulation of underground cool. No need for further investigation.


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