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Goldfrapp: Soon at a Cinema Near You

Goldfrapp will be invading cinemas worldwide March 4 for one night- and one night only!

The 80-minute film is partially based on last year's "Tales of Us" album- and partially a musical performance by Goldfrapp themselves.

Says Alison Goldfrapp- the namesake and leader of Goldfrapp, obvs, "We’re very excited to present a unique event, the Tales Of Us film alongside an intimate live performance, to our fans across the world. We’ve loved touring the Tales Of Us album and can’t wait to bring our live show to local cinemas."

Check out the trailer below, and get excited! 

(That comma was for dramatic effect)






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  1. GURL YOU BEAT ME TO IT. that trailer looks sooo exciting, I highly doubt my local cinema will be screening it though :( also, I wish I were more excited over Tales of Us. it's not bad by any means, au contraire, but it lacks something

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    1. I have been underwhelmed by that album. This movie looks cool though!

      p.s. I GOT AN EMAIL ABOUT THIS AND I WAS LIKE WUTTTT

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    2. you and I both. as with all Goldfrapp albums, the album has very interesting visuals, but unfortunately the music is too samey. the song Thea is so good, but that's about it

      FROM GOLDFRAPP THEMSELVES???

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