The captivating new documentary ‘Don’t Go Gentle: A Film About IDLES’ is available to stream for the next 7 days.
The documentary follows the rise of IDLES, from a small, Bristolian indie-pop band, to the unmistakable punk beast we know them as today. During the film’s candid interviews, we take a glimpse at the personal journey of Joe Talbot & co., featuring the same honesty and openness which has inspired so many through their music. The story focuses not only on the band’s personal journey, but the formation of ‘AF Gang’ – a community of devoted global fans, who’ve worked together to make the documentary.
“Don’t Go Gentle is a film about finding strength in vulnerability. It journeys through IDLES determination, friendship and adversity as they fight for a place in a divided socio-political environment, unexpectedly inspiring and unifying an international community along the way.”
In Steve Lamacq’s words, “After all these years in Rock and Roll, all we needed was brutal honesty from an angry looking man in Bristol”
IDLES DOCUMENTARY IS STREAMING NOW !!!!!!!
A BAND THAT STANDS FOR SOMETHING !!!!! https://t.co/gXsWznwBIk
— kennybeats (@kennybeats) June 7, 2020
The film is available to watch until June 14th here: