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THE HORRORS

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HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

HTRK + LUNG ROTTER SEVEN
The Forum
Sunday 20 December 2009

£14.50 ADV

Back with a new ethereal sound, THE HORRORS bring material from acclaimed Mercury Nominated second album Primary Colours (produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead) to a live setting. Bringing to mind My Bloody Valentine, The Psychedelic Furs and The Jesus and Mary Chain and yet achieving a sound that is also contemporary and unique, their new album is sure to top the best-of lists for 2009. Faris and his impeccably dressed cohorts from Southend make their return in layer upon layer of distortion. As Drowned in Sound said recently, “All eyes are once again on The Horrors, and this time it’s not just the usual hyperbole prone culprits salivating in anticipation. Even typically level-headed critics are getting into a frothy mess.”







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