The Horrors reveal new song 'So Now You Know' - listen

Band reveal second song from new album 'Luminous'

The Horrors have revealed new song 'So Now You Know'. See above to hear the song now.

The song is the second to be revealed from the band's forthcoming album 'Luminous' and follows 'I See You', premiered earlier this month. The band's fourth album will be released on May 5.

The Horrors recently discussed 'Luminous' with NME. Speaking about the title of the album, which is the band's first since they released 'Skying' in 2011, frontman Faris Badwan said: "It’s a powerful image: giving off light and releasing energy. It sums up a lot of the ways we make music. One thing that’s always been central to the band is that we’ve kept the same level of intensity since the beginning."

The tracklist for 'Luminous' is as follows:

'Chasing Shadows'
'First Day Of Spring'
'So Now You Know'
'In And Out Of Sight'
'Jealous Sun'
'Falling Star'
'I See You'
'Change Your Mind'
'Mine And Yours'
'Sleepwalk'

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