"Some people said our light show made them feel sick"

— BY The Horros’ Faris Badwan

"Whenever you get too comfortable, you should flip things and turn them upside down. It’s time for us to turn things on their head."

BY The Horros’ Faris Badwan

"Playing in the States is one of my favourite things to do. We’ve been over seven or eight times and I would live there if I could, or certainly spend all year touring and going round in a big circle. I really love it."

BY The Horros’ Faris Badwan


catseyesmusic: Happy Birthday Faris…outlived the 27 club


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[Cat’s Eyes score Peter Strickland’s ‘The Duke of Burgundy’]Anglo-Canadian duo Cat’s Eyes have scored their first film – Peter Strickland’s ‘The Duke of Burgundy’, which makes its world debut at this weekend at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). Click here for the screening details. Rachel Zeffira and her British band-mate, Faris Badwan (frontman of The Horrors), have put together a bewitching and beautiful soundtrack to a film dealing with role play and power relationships in an all-female world. Set in an unspecified time and place, heavy with symbolism and airtight humour, the film has cult classic written through it. The soundtrack, meanwhile, sets the bar at new high both for Cat’s Eyes as a band moving towards their second album and as film composers moving forward.
Cat’s Eyes have created a compelling atmosphere which beautifully showcases Zeffira’s classical leanings and Badwan’s darker side, while drawing previously invisible arcs between Verdian Requiems, Phil Spector pop, and Paul Giovanni’s Wicker Man. It was recorded by Steve Osborne at Realworld Studios and Andrew Dudman at Abbey Road Studios. ‘The Duke of Burgundy’ follows Strickland’s previous films ‘Berberian Sound Studio’ and ‘Katalin Varga’.
“I really loved the first (Cat’s Eyes) album, that’s one of the best things I’ve heard in ages,” says Strickland. “I shot two videos for them (which are still unfinished) then I just thought actually this script could be up their street so I sent it to them and they seemed willing to do it.”
Cat’s Eyes have released a self-titled debut album in 2011. Rachel Zeffira’s solo album, “The Deserters,” was released on Paper Bag Records in 2012. Faris Badwan also fronts the band The Horrors.

[Cat’s Eyes score Peter Strickland’s ‘The Duke of Burgundy’]
Anglo-Canadian duo Cat’s Eyes have scored their first film – Peter Strickland’s ‘The Duke of Burgundy’, which makes its world debut at this weekend at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). Click here for the screening details. Rachel Zeffira and her British band-mate, Faris Badwan (frontman of The Horrors), have put together a bewitching and beautiful soundtrack to a film dealing with role play and power relationships in an all-female world. Set in an unspecified time and place, heavy with symbolism and airtight humour, the film has cult classic written through it. The soundtrack, meanwhile, sets the bar at new high both for Cat’s Eyes as a band moving towards their second album and as film composers moving forward.

Cat’s Eyes have created a compelling atmosphere which beautifully showcases Zeffira’s classical leanings and Badwan’s darker side, while drawing previously invisible arcs between Verdian Requiems, Phil Spector pop, and Paul Giovanni’s Wicker Man. It was recorded by Steve Osborne at Realworld Studios and Andrew Dudman at Abbey Road Studios. ‘The Duke of Burgundy’ follows Strickland’s previous films ‘Berberian Sound Studio’ and ‘Katalin Varga’.

“I really loved the first (Cat’s Eyes) album, that’s one of the best things I’ve heard in ages,” says Strickland. “I shot two videos for them (which are still unfinished) then I just thought actually this script could be up their street so I sent it to them and they seemed willing to do it.”

Cat’s Eyes have released a self-titled debut album in 2011. Rachel Zeffira’s solo album, “The Deserters,” was released on Paper Bag Records in 2012. Faris Badwan also fronts the band The Horrors.

07. Sooner Or Later - Cat’s Eyes

IT IS MY FAVORITE SONG IN CAT’S EYES “CAT’S EYES” RECENTLY , BECAUSE , FARIS HAS A FINE BASS VOICE AND IT IS VERY SPECIAL, BUT HE NOT USE THAT WAY TO SING ANYMORE, SOMETIME I AM SO MISS THAT.

IT IS THE SAME REASON I LOVE “The Horrors-Thunderclaps” RECENTLY……


End Of The Road 2014
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End Of The Road 2014

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badwebb:

the horrors at nox orae

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#ferisbadwan of #thehorrors kind enough to sign an autograph. Spotted in a sushi restaurant we were eating at in London after we just saw him in Salisbury at the #endoftheroadfestival 2 days before.

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#ferisbadwan of #thehorrors kind enough to sign an autograph. Spotted in a sushi restaurant we were eating at in London after we just saw him in Salisbury at the #endoftheroadfestival 2 days before.
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comecloser-mileskane:

The Horrors @Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014
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diymagazine:

The Horrors at Reading Festival - for the best photos, reports and updates on what went on, plus interviews with the artists, head to diymag.com.

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