DAVID reviews

2 October 2017

The Horrors: Something To Remember Me By

by Andrew MacGregor


The Horrors: “Something To Remember Me By” - 5 mins 36s

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 Corporationís dubious ethics.

Blood, sweat, tears, and other bodily fluids are extracted in suspect laboratory conditions. Still, a gigís 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.


Commissioner: Natalie Arnett
Film Production: Somesuch Ⓦ
Director: Max Weiland
Producer: Dougal Meese
Executive Producer: Gloria Bowman
Cinematography: Ben Fordesman
Wardrobe: Verity May Lane
Editor: Ben Crook @ Speade Ⓦ
Colourist: Simon Bourne @ Framestore Ⓦ
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