Producer Don Letts is behind the new DVD focusing on the rise of Belfast punk rockers Stiff Little Fingers.
Ageing punks will want to get their mitts on Still Burning: The Story Of Stiff Little Fingers DVD, which is being released to celebrate the Belfast band’s 30th birthday.
Produced by legendary scenester Don Letts, it’s disappointingly short on archive material, but includes contributions from the likes of Steve Diggle, Stuart Pearce, Ricky Warwick and Geoff Travis, and the 2007 line-up ripping through Inflammable Material in its entirety.
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