After already sharing the industrial-inspired ‘Machine’, the band have given us another slice of what to expect from the record, which Faris Badwan describes as “a risk, but life isn’t much fun without risk”. ‘Something To Remember Me By’ is set to be the album’s finale, and true to Faris’s word, it’s pretty different even from ‘Machine’. His voice is set amongst shimmering synths and a vintage dance edge, which basically morphs into an all-out club banger. It’s definitely memorable to say the least.
In October, The Horrors will also be heading out on a tour of the UK and Ireland, taking in Dublin, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham, London and more along the way. Tickets are on sale now.
Listen to ‘Something To Remember Me By’ and see The Horrors’ upcoming UK tour dates below.
16 Belfast, Mandela Hall
17 Dublin, Tivoli
19 Glasgow, QMU
20 Newcastle, University
21 Leeds, University
22 Liverpool, O2 Academy
24 Birmingham, O2 Institute
25 Bristol, Bierkeller
26 Cambridge, Junction
28 Brighton, ACCA
29 London, KOKO
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