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…