Video: Thurston Moore Guests with The Horrors on ‘I Can See You’; Announces ‘New Band’

Photo via Pitchfork by Nic Serpell-Rand.

On February 6, 2014 Thurston Moore joined The Horrors onstage at The Forum in Kentish Town, London for a performance of “I Can See You.”

Thurston also said his “new band basically consists of myself and another guitar player, James Sedwards.”

Thurston and Sedwards have been working together since last year, and previously performed together in London and Paris.

James Sedwards and Thurston Moore performing in London last October.

The Horrors and Thurston Moore, “I Can See You”:

And here’s Thurston performing “Detonation” with James Sedwards:

And here Thurston gets “Living Legend” award” from The Fly magazine, and then Thurston talks about the early days at C.B.G.B.’s and more:

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