March 18, 2013 16:23
The Horrors set to release new album in September
Band tell NME the follow up to 2011's 'Skying' will be out later this year
The Horrors have confirmed that their new album will be released in September.
Speaking to NME about the recording process, the band's Tom Cowan said: "It's going really well, we’re most of the way there in terms of getting the songs together. And we’ve got a month more or so of writing and then we’re gonna go on tour, we’re aiming to be finished in September. The album's going to be out in September."
The album will be the band's fourth LP and the follow-up to 2011's 'Skying'. When asked how the new material was sounding, Cowan replied: "Its different. But I don’t really wanna say anything because people will get the wrong idea. But it is different and it's possibly our best album yet. But that’s always a matter of opinion, I guess."
At the end of last year, the band put out a remix album of 'Skying', titled 'Higher'. Spaning over four 12" vinyls, two CDs and a DVD, the project features a range of artists from Blanck Mass to Andy Blake, Cherrystones, Chris Watson, Seahawks and JTC.
The Horrors have already announced a number of festival appearances for this summer including a headline slot at Truck Festival, plus appearances at Green Man and Manchester's Parklife.
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