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This is EXACTLY what the youth of today need - escapist fun from Southend's finest gothabilly misfits. Forget all your regular indie kid nonsense - it's time for The Horrors to 'stake' their claim right through the heart of the listening teenagers out there. Referencing 'alternative' (as it used to be called) bands that should have disbanded years before this band was even born, they bring a malevolent sense of fun back into pop - and a long-missed overdose of make up and hair products. Think The Cramps meets The Damned meets John Cooper Clarke meets Eighties Matchbox B Line Disaster meets Bauhaus meets L'Oreal. And why? Because they are worth it.