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Luminous was recorded over 15 months in the band’s east London studio-laboratory-bunker with co-producer Craig Silvey, it’s the follow-up to the band’s 2007 debut Strange House, the Mercury-nominated Primary Colours (2009), and the critically-acclaimed Skying (2011).


Watch the sweeping new video for The Horrors' So Now You Know, here.

The Horrors - Listen To So Now You Know

Listen to So Now You Know, a massive new song from The Horrors forthcoming album, Luminous.

The Horrors - Watch Still Life And More Live At The BBC 6 Music Festival

Last night, The Horrors played a storming set at the BBC 6 Music Festival. Watch Still Life below, or the whole show here.


The Horrors - New Album: Luminous. Listen To First Song, I See You

The Horrors announced their brand new album, Luminous, will be released 5 May. Listen to their blistering new song I See You, here.

The Horrors - Watch Faris Explore Paul Klee's Tate Modern Exhibition

The Horrors' Faris Badwan filmed a short tour of the new Paul Klee exhibion at Tate Modern, as part of their TateShots series. Watch the...

The Horrors today announced the release of a limited edition box set, Higher, which you can stream in full below.

Available now in digital format, the collection will be released as a quadruple vinyl and double CD and DVD in March 2013.

Higher features complete re-workings of songs from...

The Horrors - Watch Highlights Of Their Performance At Reading Festival

On Sunday night The Horrors took to the Radio 1/NME stage of this year's Reading Festival with a commanding performance which you can...

The Horrors - Faris's Creatures In Colour Art Exhibition

From 18th to 30th September the Strand Gallery, London, will be exhibiting some of Faris Badwan's original artistic works in an...

The Horrors - Post From... Rio De Janeiro

As our artists tour the world, they sometimes keep in touch with postcards.

Today we received this colourful missive from Faris of The...

The Horrors - 5 FRAMES Changing The Rain

Here are our 5 favourite stills from The Horrors' new video for Changing The Rain...

If you want to see a cartoon God swallow The Horrors then watch this new Pete Fowler-directed video for Changing The Rain.

The Horrors - Album Of The Year At The NME Awards

At last night's NME Awards, The Horrors' Skying was named Album Of The Year. The band performed Still Life with tour buddy Florence...

The Horrors - Watch I Can See Through You Live In LA

Carson Daly interrupted a bowling session to introduce this clip of The Horrors performing I Can See Through You at the El Rey Theatre...

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