Kings Of Leon‘s new film Talihina Sky, which charts the history and rise to success of the band using archive footage, will receive its UK premiere later this month.
The film had its world-wide premiere in New York City back in April, and will now get a first airing in the UK at the Edinburgh Film Festival on June 25th. The four band members will be in attendance for a special Q&A session, with a further 150 cinemas across Britain then set to screen the movie.
The rockumentary tells the story of Kings of Leon’s rise from their brilliantly raw debut ‘Youth & Young Manhood‘ through to their move into mainstream commercial rock following the release of fourth album ‘Only By The Night‘ in 2008, a journey which has seen them become one of the biggest selling rock acts in Europe.
The band are due to headline the Isle Of Wight festival this weekend before heading out on their own huge outdoor jaunt across the UK this summer.
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