UK band The Horrors new album - V - out today 22.9 The Horrors: V review – spindly indie survivors hit their sweet spot Since the shot-out-of-leftfield release of "Primary Colours" took everyone by surprise, they have certainly made an effort to try different sounds on every album. This one is no exception. Largely electronic (or so it sounds), layers and layers of synths and effects, with the occasional crashing guitar piece. A lively and interesting listen, keeps the ears entertained. I didn't listen to any of the pre-release tracks, so was surprised with this album. Their major pop hit is this 6 minute catch... Someone commented on the YouTube clip about getting "Human League" vibes from it, and its true in more ways than one. The fact that its the albums best track and its last on the album, to me, gives it parallels with Dare and Don't you want me. (Oakey thought it wasn't a hit single, so put it last) The UK vinyl is pressed at GZVINYL I think but its not too bad (they are no longer singed to XL Records). There is no cutting engineer in the deadwax, just the usual trademark machine numbers. Comes with a Sound of Vinyl download card in .WAV format! I like it when that happens. Comparisons between the two still favour the vinyl IMO. Sleeve is quality throughout, like all their releases really. Shows what happens when the band have input into their finished product.