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Skying

201111Jul
Skying

Under a sky, no one sees

Waiting, watching it happening.

Don’t hurry, give it time

Things are the way they have to be

In July 2011, The Horror’s released Skying, self-produced and recorded in The Horrors’ own self built studio in London’s Dalston, was mixed by Grammy Award winner Craig Silvey. It features ten brand new tracks and includes the singles Still Life, I Can See Through You, and Changing The Rain. Skying is the band’s third long player, and follows 2009’s Mercury Prize nominated Primary Colours and their debut Strange House, which was released in 2007.

Formats:

  1. Changing The Rain
  2. You Said
  3. I Can See Through You
  4. Endless Blue
  5. Dive In
  6. Still Life
  7. Wild Eyed
  8. Moving Further Away
  9. Monica Gems
  10. Oceans Burning
  1. Changing The Rain
  2. You Said
  3. I Can See Through You
  4. Endless Blue
  5. Dive In
  6. Still Life
  7. Wild Eyed
  8. Moving Further Away
  9. Monica Gems
  10. Oceans Burning
  1. Changing The Rain
  2. You Said
  3. I Can See Through You
  4. Endless Blue
  5. Dive In
  6. Still Life
  7. Wild Eyed
  8. Moving Further Away
  9. Monica Gems
  10. Oceans Burning
  1. Changing The Rain
  2. You Said
  3. I Can See Through You
  4. Endless Blue
  5. Dive In
  6. Still Life
  7. Wild Eyed
  8. Moving Further Away
  9. Monica Gems
  10. Oceans Burning
  11. Wild Eyed (Andrew Weatherall Remix)

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