On Monday, The Horrors’ new album, “Skying”, their second on XL Recordings, will be with us. For their third album, the skinny vampire gang led by that tall drink of water Faris Badwan decided to take matters into their own hands, recording and self-producing in their own studio, without the help of celeb collaborators as on “Primary Colours” (XL Recordings, 2009), when they worked with Chris Cunningham and Geoff Barrow among others. Maybe that’s why The Horrors didn’t want others to offer up the streaming of their album. The band has just uploaded the tasty “Skying” to their own website for you to listen to or copy the flash object wherever you please. We leave you here with the player. After several listens, we can tell you that “Still Life” was no red herring. The Horrors have taken the best of Simple Minds, Psychedelic Furs, The Charlatans and even Can, and created an LP that is very different from its predecessors. Like.