Watch The Horrors share intense, unsettling video for ‘Ghost’
The track’s taken from last year’s ‘V’ record.
The Horrors released their fifth album - appropriately titled ‘V’ - last year, and have now shared a new video for one of its highlights, ‘Ghost’.
An intense, unsettling clip, the new black-and-white video perfectly encapsulates the track’s fearsome, claustrophobic nature.
Speaking of the new video, the band say: “We wanted a video that represented the song visually and encapsulated the ambiguity of the lyrics. We felt that in/out perfectly captured the tense feeling of the track and created one of our favourite videos to date.”
Directing duo in/out add: “The Horrors’ brief talked of madness and redemption; disguises and hidden worlds; and a feeling of being swept away.
“Thermal imagery helped us represent the body at an unsettling crossroads between the familiar and the unknown. Penetrating beneath the skin, it serves as a reminder of the fragility below.”
The Horrors are set to play a host of summer festivals, beginning at this weekend’s Citadel in London’s Gunnersbury Park.
View the dates and watch the ‘Ghost’ video below.
15 Citadel - London - UK
20 Electric Castle Festival - Bontida - Romania
21 Benicassim Festival - Spain
26 Plage De Rock - Grimaud - France
29 Standon Calling - Hertfordshire - UK
10 Ypsigrock - Palermo - Italy
12 Boardmasters Festival - Newquay - UK
24 Reading Festival - UK
25 Leeds Festival - Leeds - UK
01 Electric Fields - Drumlanrig Castle - UK
08 Festival Number 6 - Portmeirion - UK
The Horrors play Citadel (15th July), Ypsigrock (9th - 12th August) and Electric Fields (30th August - 1st September) where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.
Yard Act, Bicep and The Horrors come out on top for Wide Awake’s bumper two-day 2022 edition
Headlined by Primal Scream, and with Caribou, Amyl and the Sniffers and more in tow, the Brockwell Park weekender was full of hits.
The Horrors, Floating Points & more to play MOTH Club x DIY Stage at Wide Awake 2022
They’ll be playing in London’s Brockwell Park on Saturday 28th May.
The Horrors, Sorry, Dream Wife and more to play Wide Awake 2022
They join headliners Primal Scream (playing ‘Screamadelica’) and Bicep
The Horrors - Against The Blade
A party, but make it sinister.