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The Horrors Unveil Video For Ghost

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

The Horrors have released a video for Ghost, a track from their 2017 LP 'V'.

It was directed by in/out and filmed with a thermal imaging camera. Speaking with Notion, who premiered the video, the band said:

“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."

The Horrors have a busy summer of festival appearances ahead of them, including stops at Citadel, Standon Calling, Boardmasters, Reading and Leeds, Electric Fields and Festival No.6.

They will also support Garbage in Bristol on September 7 and Suede in London on October 12 and 13.





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