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SOLD FOR PARTS

Wonderland exclusive: The raw, furious intensity of Fontaines DC goes under the lens in an intimate new documentary.

Fontaines DC drop documentary Sold For Parts, exclusive to Wonderland group shot
Fontaines DC drop documentary Sold For Parts, exclusive to Wonderland group shot

Hell hath no fury like the skin-vibrating intensity of Fontaines DC, the post-punk Dublin band who have shot to near-global recognition, thanks to a heady cocktail of old-school anarchy and frontman Grian Chatten’s Ian Curtis-esque shout-spoken word.

The group have seen a meteoric rise that crescendoed in the Mercury nomination of their fizzing, boisterous album Dogrel – with of course, much, much more to come.

Now, collated over the space of a life-changing 18-month period, Collective Films have dropped an honest and intimate 25-minute documentary, Sold For Parts, which looks at their explosive journey so far, exclusive to Wonderland.

Intimate interviews, never-before-seen session recordings, and touching candid moments – think impromptu singalongs, and even a confession from magnetic frontman Grian about stage fright.

Watch Sold For Parts below…

SOLD FOR PARTS

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