The View To Play At Strummer Premiere

Julien Temple's docufilm is out next month

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Scottish indie four-piece The View have been confirmed to play at the premiere for Julien Temple’s new documentary “Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten” next month.

The Joe Strummer biopic premieres on May 8 at London’s Notting Hill Coronet, ahead of it’s theatrical release on May 18.

The film contains contains lots of never-seen-before footage Strummer including studio sessions and archive early childhood footage.

It also features interviews with Strummer disciples such as Martin Scorsese, Bono, members of Red Hot Chilli Peppers, as well candid interviews with Clash bandmates Mick Jones and Topper Headon.

The soundtrack to the The Future Is Unwritten features previously unreleased Clash material as well as tracks from Strummers other musical projects from The 101ers to The Mescaleros.

See the latest issue of Uncut for an in-depth feature about the new Temple film – including interviews with Mick Jones, Topper Headon, Glan Matlock, Jim Jarmusch and Temple himself. The June issue is in the shops now.

Watch a trailer for the documentary at joestrummerthemovie.com by clicking here

Pic credit: Sho Kikuchi

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