The Horrors

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  • 28 May 2009
The Horrors

At first glance The Horrors appeared to be an art punk joke, but their debut album Strange House thrashed with an addictive spook-show garage rock fury, Faris Rotter proving to be one of the most entertaining and unpredictable frontmen in Britain. New album Primary Colours takes them in a new psychedelic direction, heavily influenced by their heroes My Bloody Valentine.

King Tut’s, Glasgow, Fri 29 May.

The Horrors

Ripped up horror punk with a gothic rockabilly sound, famed for their big hair, sharp suits and explosive live sets, here premiering their lauded second album.

The Horrors

Hailing from Southend-on-Sea, the four-piece performs psychedelic punk tinged with elements of goth.

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