Australian Psychedelic Rock Band Includes Footage from Now That's Class in New Documentary Film


A psychedelic band from Australia, the morning after girls sound like a ’60s band and play the kind of lysergic music that's made Brian Jonestown Massacre popular. The group toured the States last year and has released Alone in North America, a short documentary capturing many of the live performances from that tour. If you look closely, you’ll see the band playing at Now That’s Class, where one of guys confesses to the camera, “You ready to rock, Cleveland, Ohio? Because I’m not.” The band's publicist describes the movie as a "'beat poet' version of a tour doc." The film just premiered at CBGB's Film and Music Festival and is slated for digital release via iTunes. You can watch the trailer here

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