Having released their debut EP ‘Rotten’ a year ago this month, Franker Carter & The Rattlesnakes have debuted a 9-minute long video documentary which dives in and showcases the past twelve months of their activity, starting from their very first show up until this January. The documentary gives a look into not only the band’s music, but also the Carter‘s home life.
Speaking of the documentary, Carter says, “It’s been an intense year for us and we were lucky enough to have Max Horn document it all in a very intimate way. From the very first show at Sang Bleu Tattoo, right up to this January when we went into the studio to start making something very special indeed. Thank you all for an amazing year, here’s to the rest of them.”
You can stream and watch the full documentary below:
The band will be hitting both Download Festival (June 12th 2016) and Reading/Leeds Festival (August 26th/27th 2016) this summer.
Their debut full-length album, titled ‘Blossom’, is available now through International Death Cult.