The Horrors announce autumn UK tour

They will tour new album 'Luminous' in September and October

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The Horrors have announced details of a UK tour, set to take place this September and October.

The band recently released their fourth album 'Luminous' and will tour the UK in support of the record. Starting in Norwich on September 22, the jaunt will come to a close on October 4 at east London venue The Troxy. Scroll down for full details.

Speaking in a recent interview with NME, the band revealed the inspiration behind a number of tracks from the new album. Discussing 'I See You', bassist Rhys Webb said: "When we were writing, this track made us realise we were going in the right direction. It started to shape the final picture."

The Horrors will play a number of festivals over the summer, including Field Day in London (June 8), Isle of Wight (June 13-15) and Reading and Leeds (August 22-24).

The Horrors will play:

Norwich Waterfront (September 22)
Bournemouth O2 Academy (23)
Newcastle Riverside (25)
Glasgow O2 ABC (26)
Manchester Albert Hall (27)
Birmingham The Institute (29)
Sheffield The Leadmill (30)
Bristol O2 Academy (October 1)
Worthing The Pavillion (3)
London Troxy (4)


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