Blur documentary coming to DVD

Courtesy of Pitchfork:

Back in November, we reported that a Blur documentary called No Distance Left to Run was set to debut in the UK this month. Well, NME reports that the film, from directors Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace, will indeed begin a UK theatrical run next week. It premiered last night at London’s Leicester Square, with all four band members on hand for the screening. The movie will also be available as a double-disc DVD set on February 15 via Parlophone.

Disc one will include the film itself, directed by Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace, which documents the band’s big reunion last year. In addition to footage from the reunion shows, it includes home videos, backstage footage, and interviews. We’ve got the goosebump-inducing trailer below. (Also, the Guardian has a clip of the band playing “Parklife” at the Rough Trade East record store.)

Disc two is a concert film taped at two of Blur’s shows at London’s Hyde Park. We’ve got the tracklist and trailer for disc two below as well:

Live in Hyde Park:

01 She’s So High
02 Girls & Boys
03 Tracy Jacks
04 There’s No Other Way
05 Jubilee
06 Bad Head
07 Beetlebum
08 Out of Time
09 Trimm Trab
10 Coffee and TV
11 Tender
12 Country House
13 Oily Water
14 Chemical World
15 Sunday Sunday
16 Parklife
17 End of the Century
18 To the End
19 This Is a Low
20 Pop Scene
21 Advert
22 Song 2
23 Death of a Party
24 For Tomorrow
25 The Universal

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