The Horrors New Single Gives Fans ‘Something To Remember Me By’

August 10, 2017

An epic, brooding progressive pop track, the new single from The Horrors, ‘Something To Remember Me By’, is out now. The song serves as a timely taster for the band’s new album V, which is due for release on 22 September 2017.

‘Something To Remember Me By’, which has already been attracting media attention and picking up extensive radio play in the UK, fuses elements of dance and euphoric trance with The Horrors’ already classic sound, to create a vital and instantly memorable single.  The song was overseen by in-demand producer Paul Epworth, whose credits already include productions for Paul McCartney, Coldplay, U2, FKA Twigs, Lorde, Rihanna, Adele, London Grammar and Florence & The Machine.  Epworth also produced V, which was recently described by The Guardian as “exactly the record to hurl The Horrors into the proper big time.”

The much-anticipated follow-up to 2014’s Top 40 success Luminous, The Horrors’ new album V is their fifth studio album and it features ten tracks in all: ‘Hologram’, ‘Press Enter To Exit’, ‘Machine’, ‘Ghost’, ‘Point Of No Reply’, ‘Weighed Down’, ‘Gathering’, ‘It’s A Good Life’ and ‘Something To Remember Me By’.

During July, the Southend-on-Sea quintet revealed a visually mesmerising computer-generated video for V’s critically-acclaimed first single ‘Machine’. Featuring layers of simulations of micro-organisms, the video is the work of CGI pioneer Jon Emmony, who is known for his beautiful, grotesque and intriguing simulation videos.

The Horrors will also be touring the UK and Ireland in support of V during October 2017. Scroll down to read the full itinerary and order here.

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Their full itinerary is as follows:

October 16: Mandela Hall, Belfast
October 17: Tivoli, Dublin
October 19: QMU, Glasgow
October 2O: Newcastle University, Newcastle
October 21: Leeds University, Leeds
October 22: Academy 1, Liverpool
October 25: Bierkellar, Bristol
October 26: The Junction, Cambridge
October 28: Acca, Brighton
October 29: KOKO, Camden, London

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