How We Used to Live – DVD released on 1 Sept


‘We can finally bring you news about the long awaited DVD release for ’How We Used To Live’.

The film will be available to purchase from 6pm (UK time) on Tuesday 1st September. It comes beautifully packaged with a 16 page booklet including stills from the film and essays by Bob Stanley, Travis Elborough and Andy Miller. DVD extras include unseen outtakes, two theatrical trailers and two layers of audio commentary (one with director Paul Kelly and score composer Pete Wiggs, another with script writers Travis Elborough and Bob Stanley). The film can also be viewed with a live soundtrack performance by Saint Etienne recorded in 2014.

If you haven’t been able to see ‘How We Used To Live’ nows you chance to own a copy.

The first 750 DVD’s sold come with a set of 4 postcards; 3 stills from the film plus the original theatrical release poster (in postcard format) signed on the reverse by all three Saint Etienne members plus director Paul Kelly, writer Travis Elborough and vocalist/score composer Debsey Wykes.

The DVD is priced at £12 plus postage and will be available to buyers globally.

A limited supply of soundtrack CD’s will also be available to buy from September 1st priced at £10 each. Anyone buying the CD and DVD together can purchase both for just £20 plus postage.

The DVD will be available here:

Please note the out of stock listings currently showing for vinyl and CD copies of HWUTL are from 2014 – the vinyl album will not be coming back on sale. Remember the onsale time is 6pm GMT on Sept 1st as the limited sets with postcards sets are likely to sell out very quickly.’

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