Pete Fowler directs for The Horrors

Monsterism illustrator Pete Fowler has directed the new animated video for The Horrors track Changing The Rain in collaboration with Made Visual Studio…

Monsterism illustrator Pete Fowler has directed the new animated video for The Horrors track Changing The Rain. In the promo, the four band members are transformed into floating heads that traverse kaleidoscopic illustrated landscapes of analogue synths and the occasional monster…

We recommend you sit back and go “full screen” for this:

Fowler created the video in collaboration with Made Visual Studio.

Visit to download wallpapers with artwork from the video.


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