The Horrors’ brand new single, ‘Something to Remember Me By’, an epic, brooding, progressive pop track, is out now. The track fuses elements of dance and euphoric trance with their classic Horrors sound, creating a vital and instantly memorable single … more proof that the band are at their majestic and creative best.
The entirety of the record, including the new single ‘Something to Remember Me By’, was recorded in London with producer Paul Epworth (FKA Twigs, Lorde, Rihanna, Adele, London Grammar, Florence and the Machine, Coldplay, U2 and Paul McCartney).
Listen to ‘Something to Remember Me By’ BELOW:
The album comprises:
PRESS ENTER TO EXIT
POINT OF NO REPLY
IT’S A GOOD LIFE
SOMETHING TO REMEMBER ME BY
Last month the band revealed a visually mesmerising, computer generated video for their critically acclaimed first single ‘Machine’. Featuring layers of simulations of micro-organisms, the video is the work of CGI pioneer Jon Emmony who is known for his beautiful, grotesque and intriguing simulation videos.
The Horrors will tour the UK in October; tickets are on sale now.
Full UK tour dates below:
October 16 Mandela Hall, Belfast
October 17 Tivoli, Dublin
October 19 Qmu, Glasgow
October 20 Newcastle University, Newcastle
October 21 Leeds University, Leeds
October 22 Academy 1, Liverpool
October 24 Institute, Birmingham
October 25 Bierkeller, Bristol
October 26 The Junction, Cambridge
October 28 Acca, Brighton
October 29 KOKO, London