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The Horrors become human pharmaceutical test subjects in the video for ‘Something To Remember Me By’

The Horrors having just released their fifth studio LP titled have unveiled the video for the album’s single Something to Remember Me By—a track that is definitely uncharacteristic of the band’s past aural explorations, resulting into something that is a chimera of New-Wave meets Disco.

The video above continues the biohazard theme by highlighting human test subjects in the facilities of the fictional Panopticon International Corporation: The World Leader in Advance Bio Human Products.

In case you missed it, here is the fantastic Weighed Down, another track premiered earlier this month from V:

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