Film featuring Exiles song coming to London Film Festival

I Am Not A Serial Killer, the new movie featuring The Exiles track Hollywood Lies, screens at the BFI London Film Festival in London in October. Here’s lead character John Wayne Cleaver (played by Max Records) listening to The Exiles in the library…

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• See our previous post on I Am Not A Serial Killer‘s world premier at SXSW earlier in 2016

 

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New version of ‘From Nowhere to Nowhere’ out now

From Nowhere to Nowhere (digital single version) is available on iTunes/Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, Google Play, Deezer, and loads more digital outlets.

Produced by Guy Forrester at Linden Studio, Tebay
Recorded Sunday 3 April 2016
Released Friday 8 April 2016

The Exiles
Tef – drums, backing vocals
Debbie – bass guitar, backing vocals
Simon – guitar, vocals

Film premiere at SXSW features Exiles anti-Hollywood track

The Exiles: (l-r) Simon, Tef, Debbie (Photo: A. Graham)

The Exiles track Hollywood Lies from the Harraby band’s debut album Universal Suffering features in a pivotal scene in director Billy O’Brien’s big screen adaptation of Dan Wells’s critically acclaimed novel I Am Not A Serial Killer. The movie premieres on Sunday 13 March in Austin, Texas, as part of SXSW festival. Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), Max Records (Where the Wild Things Are) and Laura Fraser (Breaking Bad) star in the film, which charts the story of a teenage boy hunting for a supernatural serial killer in his snowbound Midwestern town.

Acoustic and solo at King Tut’s Strummer night

Simon at King Tut’s, December 2015 (Photo: John McLaughlin)

Exiles guitarist/vocalist Simon at Glasgow King Tut’s Joe Strummer night, 22 December 2015, playing an acoustic set of Clash songs to a full house in fine voice.

Set list: 48 Hours, Somebody Got Murdered, Something About England