Band capture tour chaos on camcorder...
are working on a live DVD of backstage, onstage and “stupid stuff” while touring second album ‘A RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD’.
According to Rolling Stone bassist Guy Berryman, the man behind the camcorder, has been gathering footage as the band take their huge-selling new LP round the world.
Berryman says: “We want to make it good, not do it for the sake of doing it. I know a lot of bands go, ‘Oh, let’s just do a DVD,’ and get a film crew and they film it and record music and stick it out. I’d like to do something a bit more interesting than that.”
He added, “I take loads of stuff. I’ve got about 200 hours of making the last record (2000’s debut LP ‘Parachutes”) as well. I don’t film everything because it just gets boring after a while. You get the same things — here’s another dressing room, oh, another dressing room!”
Berryman plans to film for at least another year, before starting the editing process on what will become the final DVD. No release date has been set.
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