Super Furry Animals to film completion of album

Material will be Warhol-like in style

Super Furry Animals
Super Furry Animals have announced they will document the final stages of their new album on personal cameras.

The band will apparently shoot "a series of Warhol-like observations, of a band putting the finishing touches to songs, a celebration of the banal nature of the mixing process".

The material, which is inspired by the Mike Figgis film 'Time Code', will be released in 21 individual episodes starting on February 23 via superfurry.com.

However, fans expecting inter-band arguments may be disappointed, as the group hope to document events as they unfold "with as little drama as possible".

The follow-up to 2007's 'Hey Venus!' will be released digitally on March 16 via Superfurry.com before getting a physical release on April 13.

--By our New York staff.
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