Maximo Park announce DVD launch party

The film will premiere in the band’s hometown

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Maximo Park are celebrating the release of their first ever DVD with a special screening event in their hometown.

‘Found On Film’, which is set for release on June 5, will premiere at the Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle on May 31.

The live footage from the group’s headlining ShockWaves NME Awards Tour set at London’s Brixton Academy will be shown in full, as well as the tour documentary from the same trek.

All of the proceeds from the screening will go towards the Tyneside Cinema Appeal, which is aiming to raise the funds to restore the art deco theatre, which was built in 1936 by Oscar-winning director director Ridley Scott's uncle.

Tickets are priced at £10, and will be on sale from the Tyneside box office from 2pm on Monday (May 22). For more information, call 0191 232 8289.

As previously reported, ‘Found On Film’ will initially be available on a limited edition release, and is to come packaged in a deluxe case with a 16-page booklet.

The full tracklisting is as follows:

Live At Brixton Academy

‘Graffiti’
‘The Coast Is Always Changing’
‘Limassol’
‘Postcard Of A Painting’
‘I Want You To Stay’
‘Signal and Sign’
‘Kiss You Better’
‘Now I'm All Over The Shop’
‘Once, A Glimpse’
‘Apply Some Pressure’
‘The Night I Lost My Head’
‘Going Missing’

Tour documentary

Live at Newcastle Academy

‘Signal and Sign’
‘Fear Of Falling’
‘I Want You To Leave’
‘Postcard Of A Painting’
‘I Want You To Stay’
‘Limassol’

Promo videos

‘The Coast Is Always Changing’
‘Apply Some Pressure’
‘Graffiti’
‘Going Missing’
‘Apply Some Pressure’ (Second version)
‘I Want You To Stay’

Extras (Live on AOL)

‘I Want You To Stay’
‘Graffiti’
‘Going Missing’

The BBC Sessions (Audio CD)

‘Surrender’ (BBC6 Tom Robinson session – previously unreleased song)
‘The Coast Is Always Changing’ (Steve Lamacq session)
‘Graffiti’ (Steve Lamacq session)
‘Apply Some Pressure’ (Steve Lamacq session)
‘I Want You To Stay’ (Zane Lowe session)
‘Going Missing’ (Zane Lowe session)
‘Kiss You Better’ (BB6 Tom Robinson session)
‘All Over The Shop’ (BBC6 session)
‘Shiver’ (cover of Natalie Imbruglia - Jo Whiley’s Live Lounge)

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