The Horrors

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  • 28 May 2009

This article is from 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

Garage rock and post punk from the English indie rockers as they tour their fourth album Luminous.

Bierkeller, Bristol

Wed 25 Oct

£17.50 / 0117 926 8514

KOKO, London NW1

Sun 29 Oct

£18.50 / 0870 432 5527

Leeds Metropolitan University Studio Theatre

Sat 21 Oct

£17.50 / 0113 283 5998

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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.

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