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The Horrors: 'We're not a band of scientists'

The Horrors: 'We're not a band of scientists'

Band discuss "primal" nature of new album 'Luminous'

The Horrors: 'Psychedelia has become too much of an easy tagline'

The Horrors: 'Psychedelia has become too much of an easy tagline'

The band say they were more interested on "exploration" on their forthcoming new album

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

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

Band reveal second song from new album 'Luminous'

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

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 reveal stories behind tracks from new album 'Luminous'

The Horrors reveal stories behind tracks from new album 'Luminous'

Band discuss new album in NME interview

The Horrors to play NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas

The Horrors to play NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas

Band also unveil new song 'I See You' earlier this evening (February 24)

The Horrors share first track from new album 'Luminous' – listen

The Horrors share first track from new album 'Luminous' – listen

Band's new song 'I See You' will feature on upcoming fourth album

The Horrors confirm they've finished work on new album

The Horrors confirm they've finished work on new album

Faris Badwan discussed the new LP with Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1

The Horrors joined by Thurston Moore for new song - watch

The Horrors joined by Thurston Moore for new song - watch

The two acts played the seven minute long track at London's Forum last night (February 6)

The Horrors new album 'a step up' says Tom Furse

The Horrors new album 'a step up' says Tom Furse

Keyboardist discusses upcoming fourth album ahead of 2014 release

The Horrors' Faris Badwan guests on dance track 'Bright' - listen

The Horrors' Faris Badwan guests on dance track 'Bright' - listen

The track is the work of elusive production team letthemusicplay

The Horrors, Temples and Courtney Barnett added to Field Day 2014

The Horrors, Temples and Courtney Barnett added to Field Day 2014

Blood Orange, Pond and Jagwar Ma also added to line-up

The Horrors discuss 'heavier, more electronic' new album

The Horrors discuss 'heavier, more electronic' new album

Band aiming to release their fourth album in April

The Horrors' Tom Furse shares solo tracks - listen

The Horrors' Tom Furse shares solo tracks - listen

'Extensions' and 'I'm Going To See The Stars (Or What's Left Of The Stars..)' were posted on SoundCloud

The Horrors' Josh Hayward on new album: 'Everything's up in the air again'

The Horrors' Josh Hayward on new album: 'Everything's up in the air again'

Guitarist also says new LP sounds as if it's got 'bigger arms' than previous work

Electrical storm threatens to derail The Horrors' headline set at Y Not festival

Electrical storm threatens to derail The Horrors' headline set at Y Not festival

Mystery Jets forced to leave the stage halfway through their performance at the Derbyshire event

The Horrors push new album back to 2014

The Horrors push new album back to 2014

Band wil now release fourth album next year, having originally planned for September release

The Horrors play two new songs at Truck Festival

The Horrors play two new songs at Truck Festival

'Skying' band headline final day of the Oxfordshire bash

Pond members collaborate with The Horrors on new album

Pond members collaborate with The Horrors on new album

Allbrook/Avery recorded an LP with the London-based band

The Horrors set for DJ slot at Kasabian's Hard Rock Calling aftershow party

The Horrors set for DJ slot at Kasabian's Hard Rock Calling aftershow party

Band will return from Glastonbury early to headline warehouse party

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