Sydney duo Winterbourne are erupting into 2021 with their first venture into the world of cinema, ‘Revolutionary, Film’. The movie, which derives its name from the opening track of the band’s debut album, was uniquely screened this March at three renewed vintage cinemas all along the East Coast of Australia – The Ritz in Sydney, The Lido in Melbourne and The Elizabeth Picture Theatre in Brisbane – and officially premiered and released worldwide on YouTube on April 28th.
Written, directed, edited and produced by the band themselves, ‘Revolutionary, Film’ is a 90 minute manifestation of band-mates James Draper and Jordan Brady’s collective state of mind leading up to, during, and resulting from their debut album ‘Echo Of Youth’ release and subsequent sold out show at Sydney’s Metro Theatre in November 2019. Sections of the show are interwoven with a running fictional commentary as the pair make their way from a live performance in Pitt St Mall to The Metro Theatre, grappling with questions of ambition, nostalgia, reflection and of course, revolution, along the way.
‘Revolutionary, Film’ is a welcome and immersive journey into the world of an Australian band on the rise, and it also heralds the arrival of Winterbourne’s first live album, ‘A Brand New November’ which was recorded during the sold out Echo Of Youth national tour and soundtracks the film. The album is out now on all platforms.
Official Movie Trailer HERE
Watch ‘Revolutionary, Film’ in full HERE
Excerpts from the movie HERE
Listen to the ‘A Brand New November’ HERE
All Winterbourne Socials HERE