Find and follow posts tagged lias saoudi on Tumblr. . 637 Likes, 27 Comments - Lias Saoudi (@lias_saoudi) on Instagram: “I’m looking for an apartment in Paris from October onwards preferably in the Belleville area, any…” There’s a kind of shouty-man post-punk moralizing which seems to be quite popular at the moment—a bunch of guys regurgitating articles they’ve read in the Guardian. You can’t carry on like that forever, you know?”, Serfs Up! And are you planning on coming back to New York—or the states—to tour anytime soon? Lias Saoudi: ‘I like anybody who is willing to take themselves into a realm of parody.’ Photograph: Andy Hall for the Observer @kathryn42. To say it’s a sea change from their earlier work is to understate the case. 'Super Cool Drawing Machine - the musicians' art show' will appear in different venues across the country. All rights reserved. We can’t complain about that now. sachalecca. Log in Sign up. “You know, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy reading good reviews,” is one such diversion. But the whole album ended up being some kind of analogy for Brexit. As Adamczewski continued to tangle with his substance issues elsewhere, it was Saoudi who effectively frogmarched the rest of the band (including his brother, Nathan) to Sheffield, where – in the necessarily non-stimulating surrounds of a nondescript industrial estate – he made their unlikely comeback a reality. Andrea Corr reveals the pivotal songs in her life 23 December 2020. Sign in to check out what your friends, family & interests have been capturing & sharing around the world. But it turns out quite quickly that the brothers don’t really want to speak too much about Gaga. You don’t need some mad musical lexicon. We didn’t care what anybody else had to say about it because maybe nobody was going to listen to it anyway. 256 Likes, 2 Comments - Lias Saoudi (@lias_saoudi) on Instagram: “SONGS IN THE KEY OF K IS OUT NOW! By releasing a new record, Serfs Up!, that’s been variously described as “luxury pop,” “glam boogie,” and “tropical,” with strings and saxophones and touches of cocktail exotica. I think I’m most proud of that, in a way—sharing a track with Randy from the Village People. To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. But their recent showcase at SXSW has gained has been talked about less for the music, and more for lead singer Lias Saoudi’s manic stage presence, emerging in his underwear, doused in baby oil, and culminating a low-fi droning number with a high-pitched wail before diving off the stage to roll around in the dirt. When he and his bandmates brought the curtain down on Songs for Our Mothers in front of a sold-out Brixton Academy in September 2016, it looked for all the world as if it might be a last hurrah. At the time, that was the last thing on our minds—it was a kind of playing-in-pubs period where we were doing it just for our own amusement. 822 Likes, 20 Comments - Lias Saoudi (@lias_saoudi) on Instagram: “Nathan Saoudi’s work ethic, the re-opening of Next, the misery of the online realm and so much…” Six months after the release of Fat White Family’s third record Serfs Up!, Lias Saoudi is convalescing. says Saoudi. #alex turner #arctic monkeys #fat white family #lias saoudi. Months later, Saoudi is just about beginning to get a handle on what that actually means for himself, and for the band. It was promoted by these guys who weren’t in it for the right reasons. frequently evoke the bigger picture. Your first album was, shall we say, relentlessly hectic, and you’ve said, about your follow-up, Songs For Our Mothers, that “we really tried to go to the extremes of what’s tasteful—or even good.” And this new one is obviously an entirely different concept? Lias Saoudi, Soundtrack: T2 Trainspotting. So you have about a month where it’s all you listen to, because you’re so excited and proud, and then you never listen to it ever again. We caught up with the band’s founder and lead singer, Lias Saoudi, in Liverpool just after a low-key acoustic-type gig to support the new album. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. The knife-edge anticipation of the crowd, the seething menace of music, the baleful aura of frontman Lias Saoudi, all but naked and daubed with what one can only hope was something chocolate-related: this was rock’n’roll like mother used to hate. When you start off, the first thing you can get your hands on and make a noise with is usually an electric guitar and some cheezy little amp, and somebody bangs a drum, and there you go: You’re in a band. Enter your email address below to get our weekly email newsletter. They cut the microphones. It became this thing that I really just enjoyed doing, as opposed to trying to shock everybody. “I’m in Cambridge, at my dad’s. Nathan Saoudi, Lias’ young brother and the group’s raven haired organist, says: “It was more of a fight than a gig. I think it’s easy for people to get kind of “displaced,” shall we say—and let’s remember that we were already a bunch of dysfunctional egomaniacs to begin with. We used Yeezus by Kanye West as a rough template. Five stars across the board. With their third album, the band have put something on record to rival that extraordinary moment. He’s forcefully expressive across all facets of Fat White Family’s existence – an ambitious spokesman who, when pressed, will launch into a spiel about how his father’s homeland of Algeria would be the ideal backdrop for the recording of album number four, rather than being in any way taciturn about what’s next. New York is a city we all dearly love, but it’s also a city where, when the band goes through there, we usually come out with a slightly different lineup. Do you still bring that kind of energy? I have a lot of problems with the single-mindedness of a lot of the bands kicking about today, especially when they get dabbling in political stuff. As I meet Lias and Nathan Saoudi of Fat White Family in Berlin, I am forced to scratch my original interview idea. Read Lias Saoudi's full post about IDLES on thesocial.com. The fruitful, fragile bond between Saoudi and guitarist and songwriter Saul Adamczewski appeared to be ready to buckle under the weight of rampant drug addiction and dramatic differences of opinion. Serfs Up! It’s looking at the fact that the UK has now been held to ransom by the last colonial outcrop of a bunch of medieval fascists known as the DUP [Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party]—they’re the guys that the Conservative Party went into a deal with in order to secure a majority in the last election. “Any artist who says they don’t want to be appreciated or famous is lying. “That wasn’t baby oil,” interjects Adamczewski, “It was margarine actu It’s a nice Muslim household. The best new culture, style, and beauty stories from Vogue, delivered to you daily. I don’t see insightful interpretations of what’s going on, and what that means is that you don’t have that perfect balance between rock being talked about like it’s high art – with the likes of Mark E. Smith being considered as much a literary figure as he is a musical shaman – and also still revelling in that feeling of it being low culture.”, He's on a roll. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Lias Saoudi at the Discogs Marketplace. Join Facebook to connect with Elias Saoudi and others you may know. Although I don’t think Saul was aware of the Thin White Duke—he’s not really a Bowie fan. It’s a sonically diffuse affair that is never afraid to go for a thematic wander. I wanted the Saoudis to guide me through the Lady Gaga catalogue, because the band has been hanging with the Oscar-winner back in 2016 while they were touring in New York. #lias saoudi #fat white family #the fat white family #fat whites #acheron #the acheron #saul adamczewski #joseph pancucci #adam j harmer #dan lyons #nathan saoudi #sacha lecca #rolling stone #rollingstone.com. That's even if, as Saoudi admits, part of the reason for throwing out off-the-wall suggestions for studio locations next time out is because “none of us have dealt with our addictions in a serious enough way to be able to jump back into a major city like London, Paris or New York feet first.” After the near-collapse at Brixton three years ago, though, have Britain’s most openly hedonistic outfit ditched the hard stuff for mindfulness and kale smoothies – especially when their burgeoning fanbase turns up expecting mayhem? Improbably, Fat White Family worked their way back. life beyond the neutral zone part 5 is live…” Definitely. We’ve done three tours in America: The first one we were just giddy, the second one we were half-jaded, and the third one was just nightmarish. feels every inch a Fat Whites album, in that it has their familiar patchwork quality to it. I suppose we took it a little bit too far in certain directions. Fat White Family, a South London band formed by brothers Lias and Nathan Saoudi (both of Algerian descent), have a documented history of left-leaning political statements. I don’t remember the first time I ended up completely starkers onstage, but it’s a really liberating feeling. 5,745 Followers, 575 Following, 111 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Lias Saoudi (@lias_saoudi) 26 bands you should see at End of the Road 2015 according to the music industry 31 August 2015. All that’s kind of on there, but it’s all by the by. Gives you a bit of a distance from the booze.”. I hope we would be. So that’s where the name comes from—with a little dose of Manson Family in there just for the full cliché. We definitely had an obsession with America—maybe we spent a little bit too much time there for our own good, though. They put bouncers on stage with us. It wasn’t like we had any kind of trajectory mapped out—in fact, we would have found the very idea kind of half-laughable, half-contemptible at best in those primordial days. But I’ll never say never: It depends on the right food, the right drinks, the right company. Explore releases from Lias Saoudi at Discogs. His decision to take Fat White Family to Sheffield was born out of a sense of “duty to go to the sticks and do the work, instead of hanging around East London sniffing coke and chasing Instagram stars.” He talks of wanting to, on the one hand, avoid “having people kiss your arse for no reason,” and on the other, “of not ending up bitter, having some ego crywank because you’re not where you think you should be.” The fact that Pitchfork apparently declined to review Serfs Up!, after they were at the centre of a spat with the band over Saoudi’s use of what they posited to be a racial slur on Twitter two years ago, represents “something quite sinister…it’s all the worst parts of collectivism – a disgrace to genuine leftism.”. I think if we treat it respectfully, maybe it’ll treat us the same way. Finding the balance—getting things juxtaposed just right—that’s kind of the whole package right there. There’s a line in “Rock Fishes”—"Give 'em all the pop, but take away the fizz/ Is this Rome, Babylon, or ancient Belfast?”—that’s a direct allusion to the current political quagmire we find ourselves in. It was about getting back to a similar kind of mindset, a similar kind of openness with each other. Lias Saoudi talks rock 'n roll, David Bowie, and Lou Reed on the "After Hours at the Burgundy Room" podcast. . It’s kind of an accidental Bowie reference: Our old manager, James Endeacott—he’s kind of a British music industry mogul, looks a bit like Simply Red—used to DJ under the name Fat White Duke, and Saul [Adamczewski, guitarist] lifted it from that. The latest fashion news, beauty coverage, celebrity style, fashion week updates, culture reviews, and videos on Vogue.com. They were just dodgy businessmen. The best songs of 2020 ranked 10 December 2020. Fat White Family play Potterrow, Edinburgh, 21 Nov; QMU, Glasgow, 22 Novfatwhitefamilymusic.com. Welcome back to Instagram. They wouldn’t let us play. Though Adam was so off his face that I put my tongue down his throat and he didn't even notice…" "The best part of that gig was there was a lad in the audience and Lias had his pants off with a shit stripe across his face and jumped on his shoulders." Wir waren dabei und haben Bilder sowie Gedanken zum Konzert mitgebracht. By the time you get to the finishing stages, you feel like you’ve finally gotten this monster out of you, and you’ve made it over whatever shitty bridge needed to be crossed. "It's the only time Saul's been genuinely afraid of me. [One recent target: The Bristol band Idles, which Saoudi called a “bunch of self neutering middle class boobs.”] They all seem to get it wrong for me: They purport their art to be about saving humanity, and to me it’s all about saving themselves. Which was how we started out—making things for fun. Just how did the English band Fat White Family—whose first record, Champagne Holocaust, featured a song titled “Bomb Disneyland” and whose follow-up included songs about serial killers and a homoerotic country tune, “Goodbye Goebbels,” written from the perspective of Hitler in the bunker—shock people this time? ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARDS SAVING THE WINDMILL, ALL GLORY BE TO OUR…” Saul Adamczewski: But also as musicians, it would have been boring to just continue to make thin lo-fi or garage rock. is out now via Domino. And did anybody along the way—a manager, a label person, a close friend—try to talk you out of it or tell you that you couldn’t sell records with a name like that? Six months after the release of Fat White Family’s third record Serfs Up!, Lias Saoudi is convalescing. Was there any sense that wanted to actually show people what you were really capable of? “The process was all-consuming,” he recalls. Ad Choices. It’s all part of a grand scheme, you know: With all that other stuff, we were just trying to lower people’s expectations to a certain point so that when we finally delivered our master stroke, the reaction would be people who were not just shocked but utterly flabbergasted at the musical articulation on display. As your sound has gotten richer and more complex, better produced and all of that, was there a fear that you’d lose your lyrical edge or somehow soften the blow of what you sing about or write about? It's just that I think that meaningful criticism of rock and roll has been abandoned, at this point. The thing I’m interested in is modeling everything up—the political and the sexual and the personal—and stirring it all up together. We don’t sound anything like that—we never will—but there was something about that obviously decadent, luxuriant Kanye kind of thing that was the absolute opposite of the cold grey winter of Sheffield we were living in at that time, so it seemed like a funny place to start. That doesn’t sit quite right with me. But they are perfectly comfortable with regulating the Middle East. a sold-out Brixton Academy in September 2016. You’ve got nowhere to go but up at that stage—it’s win-win. That said, what’s perhaps the band’s true trademark—their unerring instinct for speaking their own truths about the inequities and absurdities and indignations of modern British life, from class warfare on through the Grenfell Tower disaster and Brexit, for starters. Lias Saoudi: Probably, it gave us the chance to pick up the pieces and start all over again. @lias_saoudi: “drugs, betrayal, & the passion of alexander sebley!!! There’s an escapism in that—you’re trying to create your own little dream world on every track. I’m confused now by what they mean by regulation. Yeah—Sean Lennon coproduced a lot of our record, and Yoko sang on there as well. rhysjoejoshtomfarisblog . I'm Your Biggest Fan by The Eccentronic Research Council but who have subsequently released an "expanded" EP of material under their own name. That and the Wham! It’s like band Vietnam: You go in there and you don’t come out the same. I’d started working on another project up there called the Moonlandingz with Dean Honer and Adrian Flanagan, and I was using that group as a kind of holiday from Fat Whites—when everybody was getting really gnarly with the crack and the smack, it was like a holiday sitting in the studio with two middle-aged guys that just wanted to record. “A lot of that has gone down the toilet, and I look at things like…did you read the reviews of the new Nick Cave album? It was a bit of a phase. It’s a weird thing when you’re kind of playing for beer money and you’re all chipping in for a half gram of speed, and then all of a sudden everybody wants to book you and you’re the flavor of the month and all this kind of bullshit descends. It’s almost as if people need him more than he needs us. But we’re ready to get back on the horse—no pun intended! 642k Followers, 138 Following, 8,047 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Ambitiouz Entertainment (@ambitiouz_entertainment) It’s like you won’t put a fucking cap on the rent in South London but you’ll happily bomb Libya. Read next. I had not ever seen most of an entire band rather unceremoniously strip entirely naked during their second song—. Let’s try and do lush pop music. I started as a busker—rock n’ roll with a guitar and drums is just the first thing I had access to. 505 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from ‘liassaoudi’ hashtag The band consists of singer Lias Saoudi, Saul Adamczewski playing guitar and also going wild on vocals, Nathan Saoudi on keys, Adam J. Harmer also slaying guitar, drummer Severin Black and bassist Taishi Nagasaka. The lo-fi scratchiness that defined its predecessors is evident only in bursts, with sharp melody (I Believe in Something Better) and lush textures (Kim’s Sunsets) suddenly front and centre, with room still allowed for wonky funk (Fringe Runner) and dark rambunctiousness (Tastes Good With the Money). Vogue may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers. Is this the band that Sean Lennon and Yoko Ono worked with you on? View the profiles of people named Elias Saoudi. So we just started smashing the equipment up. When I started, it was more of a warpath thing. We moved from South London to Sheffield to try to keep the distractions and the vampires and the bullshit away and make it all about the music again. Seeing your band live a couple years ago was something I may not ever forget. Am Wochenende zog Sänger Lias Saoudi blank, und auch jetzt ist er schon wieder recht leicht bekleidet “There’s no doubt that in the early days, I tried to out-GG Allin GG Allin,” he says, laughing grimly. Fat White Family haben am Montag ein Konzert in Berlin gegeben. However, Lias Saoudi claims on Facebook, IDLES are 'self-neutering middle class boobs' and the critique voiced by the band (therefore) comes down to nothing more than 'sententious pedantry'. "That means there will be a sigh of disappointment, from time to time, because I haven’t set myself on fire on stage, but that’s just the way it is. The title, Serfs Up, is a nod to the populist era we find ourselves in—this idea of the oppressed masses reaching up and selecting more oppression for themselves. LIAS SAOUDI: It’s alarming that the government, our government, doesn’t want regulation when it comes to things like the housing market. —and then play the rest of the gig that way while looking like the whole thing might come crashing to an end at any second. Anarchy is a byword for the band at this point but, even amidst the hedonism and the universally provocative worldview, Saoudi has always just about been the elder statesman, the mother hen, the adhesive holding the group together (even if he was more Pritt Stick than superglue). Social media has led to everybody policing each other online, and it’s turned the arts into this homogenous, dull landscape where nobody's allowed to truly fail, and so we seem to be desperate for this hero figure to cut through all of that.”, He veers off on these tangents in a manner not dissimilar to the way in which he struts across boundaries of thought and style on record. “We’re calling it Fat White Family: The Baroque—although there isn’t anything remotely baroque about it.”. So I’ve got no regrets about any of that—although I’m not sure if that’s exactly the flavor I’ll be signing up for this time around. We took the road less traveled, you know? You’ve said earlier that “I looked at Grenfell as, like, the monolith in Space Odyssey, sent through time by Margaret Thatcher to remind us of ourselves and how far we’d fallen from grace.” If that’s Grenfell, then what’s Brexit? “Nightmarishly so. 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