the neverending tour is over! hajra cut her hair off! she's on safari in paris! look at the rare red-hatted zebra that she has found to pose with. wow!
RIP this beautiful mane :(
i want to be mad that she's at paris fashion week even though she said on twitter that they were back in the studio making album #2 but does anyone else think it's kind of beautiful that she wangled an invite to a chanel show after posting this on instagram? like is that actually a real chanel sweater I DON'T KNOW ANYMORE?
#hajra fox#honeybuzzard#that fucking sweater i stg
|On my playlist:
Honeybuzzard's Hajra Fox
melted rope - wand ▸
she's a witch - gengahr ▸
new song - warpaint ▸
told you - cherry glazerr ▸
girlfriend - ty segall ▸
blood on my leather - dz deathrays ▸
Back in 1965, a young, enigmatic Bob Dylan was filmed touring Britain in what many regard as the greatest rock tour movie of all time. Now, more than 50 years after Dont Look Back (sic) caught the early stages of a famous career – and the dying embers of the singer’s personal relationship with Joan Baez – one of Britain’s most renowned film-makers is offering his own take on a major UK tour.
Michael Winterbottom, director of The Trip, 24 Hour Party People and Welcome to Sarajevo, has been inspired to create an up-to-date chronicle of life lived from gig to gig. His new film, On The Road, looks close-up at the life led by members of London four-piece band Honeybuzzard, their crew and entourage. Already a big name in British rock, the young band is now braced for public reaction to the film’s premiere at the London Film Festival on 9 October.
The new film follows the four Brit award-winning musicians, who played on the main stage at Glastonbury this year, on their recent British tour – tracking them on and off stage and focusing on the work of the crew and support team who keep the show moving. “One of the other attractions was certainly that they are a young band. It must be amazing for them writing songs and then seeing thousands of peopling loving them that night,” he said. “And for us it was much better to show the realities of life on the road with a documentary approach rather than a fictionalised one.
“There is stage performance, of course, but there is normal backstage stuff, like lying in bed or having a shower backstage, meeting friends in the crew or falling in love. We wanted to find a way to show all of it. It is a romantic life, but it can be horrific, too, doing the same thing all the time.”