Sometimes a band is afraid to change its sound. This is unfortunate because people undoubtedly get tired of listening to a group play the same style of music time after time. Luckily, the English band The Horrors is keen on reinventing itself and changes its sound on every studio recording. The band's first album, 2007's Strange House, was a strong garage rock recording that helped establish the band on the British music scene. However, on the group's second LP, 2009's Primary Colours, the band took a drastic new direction and headed into murky neo-psychedelic territory. This change in pace has helped create a reputation for The Horrors as a band that will try new things regardless of the consequences.