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THE HORRORS

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IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
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£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
Sold Out

£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
Sold Out

£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
Sold Out

£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
Sold Out

£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
Sold Out

£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
Sold Out

£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
Sold Out

£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.



THE HORRORS

THE HORRORS

IPSO FACTO
ELECTRICITY IN OUR HOMES
Electrowerkz
Wednesday 5 December 2007
Sold Out

£11.50

When Southend’s immaculately attired garage rock quintet stalked onto the East End pub circuit in late 2005, it was immediately clear they were going to make waves in the indie fashion world, if nowhere else. But their debut album ‘On Strange House,’ proves that they have the substance to back-up their Dickensian undertaker image.







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