Unseen AC/DC photographs to go on show at new exhibition

See rare pictures of the band's early days

An exhibition of rare and unseen photographs of AC/DC is to launch at Proud Galleries in Camden, north London this February.

‘AC/DC: Let There be Rock’ takes a look at the band in their formative years, before they found worldwide success.

Shot by Philip Morris, the collection features numerous unseen images of original AC/DC singer Bon Scott and his bandmates – including the band’s first gig and their first recording session.

The exhibition is set to run from February 5 – May 31, and entry is free.

AC/DC are set to tour the UK this April and June.