Good Vibrations - Trailer
Director Lisa Barros D'SaYear 2013Genre(s) Dramas
When Terri Hooley decided to open up the record shop Good Vibrations in Belfast in the 70s world of hippies and strong political messages, he had no idea that he would soon discover what would be some of the most prominent groups on the newly emerging punk scene. After managing to secure local band Rudi their first record, he was soon approached by another band: The Undertones. Although initially reluctant to sign them at first, after hearing them play he was astounded at what came through his headphones in the studio with their debut single 'Teenage Kicks'. Unfortunately, he struggled to get even a slight sign of interest from any record company in London in the beginning but the airplay soon picked up and it became one of the most recognisable punk songs in the UK. This is how Terri Hooley became one of these most significant figures in the late 70s punk progression.
'Good Vibrations' is the true story of record label founder Terri Hooley and his vision of bringing punk music to the forefront of the music industry. This fantastic music documentary has been directed by Lisa Barros D'Sa and Glenn Leyburn ('Cherrybomb') and written by Colin Carberry and Glenn Patterson in their screenwriting debut. It is set to be released on March 29th 2013.
Starring: Richard Dormer, Jodie Whittaker, Adrian Dunbar, Killian Scott, Kerr Logan, Liam Cunningham, Dylan Moran
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