LCD Soundsystem – Shut Up and Play The Hits Trailer

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Even if you caught snippets of the four hour YouTube video of LCD Soundsystem’s final concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden on April 2 before it was taken down, or even if you were lucky enough to attend the festivities themselves, we can guarantee that Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace’s feature film Shut Up and Play the Hits will give you a never-before-seen peek at that storied event.

The film premiers at Sundance next week, but you can check out the trailer now: cut with snippets from the show itself (here, footage of the band delivering a fantastic take on “All My Friends”), Southern and Lovelace follow frontman James Murphy around for the 48 hours surrounding the show to catch the band’s effect on his life, and what he plans to do next. Check it out.

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