Tom Furse of The Horrors has been known for his eclectic musical taste, so it comes as no surprise that he should follow in…Read More
The Horrors are an English band formed in Southend-on-Sea in 2005, consisting of lead vocalist Faris Badwan, guitarist Joshua Hayward, keyboardist and synthesiser player Tom Cowan, bassist Rhys Webb and drummer and percussionist Joe Spurgeon.
The Voyeurs (formerly Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs) have premiered the TOY remix of “Pete The Pugilist”. Labelmates TOY put a new twist on…Read More
The Voyeurs (formerly Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs) have announced details of a new single. Stunners will be released on Monday November 3rd via Heavenly Recordings. Featuring the B-side Orgy # 2, the single was produced by Oli Bayston (Boxed In) and recorded at the Flesh & Bone and The Premises studios:Read More
English rock band, The History of Apple Pie are to release their second album Feel Something at the end of this month on Marshal Teller Records. Following last year’s release Out of View, this album is also produced and engineered by the band’s guitarist Jerome Watson with engineering by Joshua Third of The Horrors as well:Read More
The History Of Apple Pie are set to release their second album ‘Feel Something’ on September 30 via Marshall Teller Records. Recently the group shared the first taste of the upcoming release with the psych-pop track “Tame.” Today they share the VHS:Read More
XL Recordings will release Pay Close Attention, a label history-spanning compilation album, on August 25, 2014. The album documents and celebrates the key releases and moments from the 25 year history of the London-based, independent record,Read More
Tomorrow The Horrors will release their 4th studio album titled Luminous. In support of the release the band has announced a fall headline tour that includes 20 plus dates in North America. Kicking off,Read More
The fourth studio album by British gothic rock/post-punk band The Horrors was self-produced and is called Luminous; it will be out next week on XL Records. Made up of members including the infamous lead vocalist,Read More
Last month British act The Horrors announced their return with details of their fourth studio album Luminous (out May 6 on XL Recordings), promising a ‘weirder, wilder and more colourful’ sound. Today the band,Read More
Recorded over 15 months in the band’s east London studio-laboratory-bunker with co-producer Craig Silvey (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Arcade Fire, The National), Luminous is the follow-up to the band’s 2011 release Skying.
Luminous is trailed by “I See You,”