The World In A Moustache

Posted in Music, New Bands
By Sam Bathe on 21 Mar 2008

After touring the hell out of 2005, Cazals disappeared over the last couple of years. Known for their intricate guitar hooks and rip roaring baselines but it is lead singer Phil’s gruff voice and ever present moustache give the band that something extra, so many other bands can’t quite find.So what on earth have they been up to? Well, after touring with Babyshambles and releasing superb EP ‘Poor Innocent Boys’, then label 1234 Records gave them a call to say they had more or less folded. But for Cazals it was only a matter of time before things picked up once more.

Receiving a couple of messages from French cool kid label Kitsuné, their tracks featured on a couple of the wonderful Maison compilations albums and it was only a matter of time before they became Kitsuné signed hot prospect.

With guitarist Daniel managing the band and bassist Martin producing their recently completed album, Cazals like to keep things in house, which combined with Kitsuné’s family feel has made for an excellent mix. Too bad they haven’t got a graphic artist in their ranks as recent album art has been left wanting, but then if you’re deemed good enough for to support Daft Punk on tour, things can’t be all bad.

New single ‘Somebody Somewhere’ is out 5th May with debut album ‘What Of Our Future?’ hitting stores on 26th May.

FAN THE FIRE is a digital magazine about lifestyle and creative culture. Launching back in 2005 as a digital publication about Sony’s PSP handheld games console, we’ve grown and evolved now covering the arts and lifestyle, architecture, design and travel.

We’ve been featured on the front page of Reddit and produced off-shoot club night Friday Night Fist Fight, launched a Creative Agency and events column The London List.

FAN THE FIRE is edited by founder, Creative Director and Editor-in-Chief, Sam Bathe. Site by FAN THE FIRE Creative.

You can contact us on: mail@fanthefiremagazine.com

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Dribbble, Instagram and RSS.