The Horrors – Whole New Way


straight from the tracks of damon albarn’s studio 13, the horrors new single “Whole New Way” was originally a Japan only b-side release. re-recording it was definitely a good idea, the tune is clearly more than a b-side. it shines a solid pop track with the sort of creepy feel-good dance vibes that could only come from the horrors… and well quite a few other bands. it totally makes me think of the “i’d fuck me” scene from silence of the lambs too. the single drops november 2 via XL, and the track is available to stream on their website right now.. what could you possibly be waiting for??

The Horrors – “Whole New Way”
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rating: 7.1


2 Replies to The Horrors – Whole New Way, why not make your own

  1. I like this version much better.

    If you want that Silence of the Lambs track, I posted it a few months ago–the artist is Q Lazzurus (I think it’s a woman):




  2. admin says:

    word.. thx!

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