The Undertones: Here Comes The Summer BBC4 Documentary (2012)
While this doc's view of seventies Irish pop-punk masters The Undertones are both more grandiose ("They became one of Britain's most iconic bands") and more conventional ("the musical landscape was changing") than the 2002 doc made by John Peel, it still adds a tonne of fascinating information and lots of new interviews to the the story. Flaws acknowledged, I still loved every minute of it..
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