The Horrors perform new track 'I See You' at NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas

The band performed alongside Metronomy, Drenge, Belle & Sebastian and Blondie

The Horrors Play 'I See You' At NME Awards 2014 The Horrors Play 'I See You' At NME Awards 2014

Video: The Horrors Play 'I See You' At NME Awards 2014

The Horrors performed new single 'I See You' at the NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas last night – click above to watch.

The band's fourth album, 'Luminous', will be released on May 5. Fans who pre-order the album, co-produced by the band alongside Craig Silvey, will get an instant free download of the song ahead of the album release.

Talking about the sound of 'Luminous', Horrors frontman Faris Badwan told NME: "This is the album I’ve been most excited about releasing. I think it would be misleading to say it’s got more guitars or more synths, because half the time the guitars sound like synths anyway. Is it fair to say there’s more of everything."

Other performances at the O2 Academy Brixton ceremony included Metronomy and MKS, Best New Band winners Drenge plus Belle & Sebastian and Blondie, who were named this year's Godlike Genius. The iconic band collected the award in person and performed at the end of the show.

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