Sheena Is A Parasite
The Horrors new video for 'Sheena Is A Parasite' was directed by Chris Cunningham (he of the Aphex Twin videos) and it isn't going to be shown on television. The video is both gruesome and brilliant & features an appearance from actress Samantha Morton.
Click here to watch 'Sheena Is A Parasite,' the video for the latest single from The Horrors. Be warned, it's not for the faint hearted..!
The Horrors single Death At The Chapel is released on Loog on 31st July, followed by the Sheena Is A Parasite DVD single on 7th August.
Formed in Southend in the Summer of 2005 the band, barely out of their teens, made their live debut last August with a line up of Faris Badwan - Vocals, Tomethy Furse - Bass, Joshua Von Grimm - Guitar, Spider Webb - Organ and Coffin Joe - Drums. They've since built up a loyal following in and around London with a live set that's fast, furious and lasts no more than 15 minutes.
Catch The Horrors Live:
Jul 19th White Heat - School Of Art, Glasgow
Jul 20th White Heat - Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh
Jul 25th 100 Club, London W1
Aug 3rd Boardmasters Festival, Cornwall
Aug 20th Adventure In The Beetroot Field, Boat Party, London
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