Mogwai have made footage of their track “I’m Jim Morrison, I’m Dead” taken from their unique live set “Burning“/”Special Moves” available online below. As previously reported, “Burning” will encompass the DVD portion of the set and captures the bands three night residency which took place at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY in April of 2009. The shoot was helmed by Vincent Moon and Nathanael Le Scouarnac.
Meanwhile, “Special Moves” makes up the CD portion and is an eleven track live album. The digital and vinyl versions of “Special Moves” will come with the following bonus tracks:
12 -- “Yes! I Am A Long Way From Home”
13 -- “Scotland’s Shame”
14 -- “New Paths To Helicon Part 1”
15 -- “Batcat”
16 -- “Thank You Space Expert”
17 -- “The Precipice”
“Burning“/”Special Moves” is scheduled for an August 24th release date. In the meantime, a series of public screenings of “Burning” will take place in the next few months, details can be found below:
August 24th Brooklyn, NY -- Music Hall of Williamsburg August 24th Vancouver, BC -- Pacific Cinematheque August 25th Seattle, WA -- JBL Theater August 26th Lawrence, KS -- Liberty Hall August 28th Long Beach, CA -- Art Theatre of Long Beach August 28th Cambridge, MA -- Brattle Theatre September 02nd Pontiac, MI -- The Crofoot September 04th San Francisco -- Roxie Theater September 10th Portland, OR -- Bagdad Theater September 12th Los Angeles -- Echoplex September 14th Toronto, ON -- The Drake Underground (2 showings) September 23rd Denver, CO -- Bluebird Theater
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