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Horrors are back! Who knows where they’ve been, they could have been scaring children in suburban estates or having afternoon tea with the Queen…all we know is they’re back with new album ‘Luminous’ and have unleashed a lyric video for ‘I See You’ that’s as trippy as a drunken walk home on a Saturday night.

They might look like monochrome vampires that spend their weekends in the darkest crevices of Camden town, but their garish garage-rock seems to have taken a slightly techno turn. Front man Faris Badwan says that Luminous, the bands fourth record to date, is the one that he’s happiest with and with bass player, Rhys Webb, saying that they wanted to “make music you can dance to”, it sounds like they’re onto a winner.

The release date is the 5th of May, which gives you just about enough time to grow your hair, buy an all-black outfit and learn all the words to these seven and half minutes of psychedelic sound waves.