David Reviews

 Biting the hand that feeds us since 2002.

The Horrors
"Something To Remember Me By"
5 mins 36s
29 September 2017
UK Promos

Everyone wants a piece of The Horrors as they release their fifth album - and that includes pharmaceutical giants. This Max Weiland-shot promo sees the Southend rockers endure the Panopticon International Corporation’s dubious ethics.

Blood, sweat, tears, and other bodily fluids are extracted in suspect laboratory conditions. Still, a gig’s a gig, with Faris Badwan and co. channeling New Order as they deliver cryptic musings and pulsing synths. Oh, and a nifty laser show. Biological horror you can dance to.

Elisa
"Miss You"

Nick said:

Why is the dad crying with laughter in his message?


CLICK HERE TO SEE CLIP

QUICK SEARCH

1-4 of 4 Results

ADD SEARCH RESULTS TO A LIST

The Horrors
"Something To Remember Me By"
5 mins 36s
29 Sep 2017
Everyone wants a piece of The Horrors as they release their fifth album - and that includes pharmaceutical giants. This Max Weiland-shot promo sees the Southend rockers endure the Panopticon International Corporation’s dubious ethics. Blood, sweat, tears, and other bodily fluids are extracted in suspect laboratory conditions.

The Horrors
"Machine"
4 mins 09s
19 Jul 2017
The Horrors frontman Faris Badwan introduces ‘Machine’ with: “Your smile is nothing to live for”. As opening lines go, that is cold. The warmth of previous album ‘Luminous’ is replaced by talk of “mannequin moves” and “cold simulation”. As for the promo, digital filmmaker Jon Emmony presents a hypnotic sequence of biomechanical mutations.

The Horrors
"I Can See Through You"
4 mins 20s
11 Oct 2011
The aptly-named White Rabbit were responsible for this trippy pop promo for a track by the Horrors called I Can See Through You. The treatment suits the song which sounds a bit like David Bowie during one of those false start comebacks of the 1990s.

The Horrors
"Still Life"
5 mins 20s
6 Jul 2011
An array of modest but interesting special effects are used to spice up this pop promo for a track by the band from (look up on Wikipedia). We love the way the (look up on Wikipedia)'s melancholy voice reminds us of the bands of our youth.

1-4 of 4 Results

David Reviews - Lovely Lenzie Ltd, Woodbourne House, Seven Sisters, Lenzie, G66 3AW. Telephone: +44 141 776 7766. Editor: Jason Stone.