In October 2008 Julian Cope and the Black Sheep went on a three day busking tour of Britain, taking in 11 overlooked sites of historical significance. The tour was filmed, and is now due to be released as a documentary titled Revolution Blues. The forgotten historical locations visited by the busking clan included the site of the Peterloo Massacre in Manchester, the Carl Jung statue in Liverpool and the place Eddie Cochrane died.
There's no official date for the film's release, but stay tuned to Start Productions for more info. Watch the trailer for Revolution Blues below.