Belle And Sebastian – Fans Only

Since much of B&S' cult appeal stems from the fact they're seldom seen on telly, this two-hour compendium of videos, concerts and interviews (basically their entire career from 1996 to 2002) feels like a sneaky peep into the world's most secretive band. Unashamedly twee, but eccentric, funny, and quite beautiful.

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Since much of B&S’ cult appeal stems from the fact they’re seldom seen on telly, this two-hour compendium of videos, concerts and interviews (basically their entire career from 1996 to 2002) feels like a sneaky peep into the world’s most secretive band. Unashamedly twee, but eccentric, funny, and quite beautiful.

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