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In 2015, Cowan announced the August 28 release (as Tom Furse) of his debut solo EP, Child of a Shooting Star, through the official Lo Recordings website.Continuing his education, Badwan moved to London to study illustration at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2004, eventually deferring from his studies to concentrate on his musical career with the band.The band played the NME Awards Indie Rock Tour in early 2007 along with Mumm-Ra, the View and the Automatic, which helped garner further notoriety.After the release of Strange House in March 2007, the Horrors embarked on an 18-month promotional world tour.The band was centred around Junkclub, an underground club founded by Webb and Oliver Abbott.Their first rehearsal consisted of two covers: the Sonics' "The Witch" and Screaming Lord Sutch's "Jack the Ripper" (interpreted in the tradition of previous garage covers such as those by the Fuzztones, One-Way Streets and the Gruesomes).
In 2005, the three formed a band with Hayward and Spurgeon.
Their second album, Primary Colours, was officially released on to critical acclaim, and reached No. After headlining London's Offset Festival and touring for Primary Colours, the Horrors indicated a desire to build their own studio to record at obscure hours.
In April 2010, singer Badwan announced on the band's official forum that the Horrors had already started working on their third album, to be called Skying, and had been in the studio for some months.
The Horrors also appeared in the third series of The Mighty Boosh in December as the fictional band "the Black Tubes", and supported the Arctic Monkeys on their short sellout tour of the UK, receiving a mixed reception.
The band played an NME Awards show in 2008 with Crystal Castles, Ulterior and These New Puritans, and supported the Sonics on 23 March.