Animal Collective's film 'ODDSAC' gets DVD release date

The group's 'visual record' comes out on June 29

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Animal Collective's film ODDSAC will be released on DVD and via iTunes on June 29 – and you can see a trailer for it by scrolling down.

The film, which is currently being shown at selected cinemas in the US, is a project between the band and their frequent collaborator Danny Perez.

ODDSAC has already been showcased at the Sundance Film Festival, and the band have also announced a number of additional US cinema screenings for it, reports

As previously reported, Animal Collective recently performed as part of an art show they created at New York's Guggenheim Museum.

According to the film's Twitter page, a number of UK cinema screenings for ODDSAC are in the works, including in Manchester and London.

The remaining screenings for ODDSAC are as follows:

Chicago, IL Music Box Theatre (March 17)
Minneapolis, MN The Cedar (20)
Los Angeles, CA ArcLight Cinerama Dome (22)
San Francisco, CA Sundance Kabuki Cinemas (25)
Portland, OR Cinema 21 (29)
Seattle, WA The Egyptian Theatre (30)

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