Unreleased Kurt Cobain Solo Material Appears On ‘Montage Of Heck’ Documentary | Music News
In 2007 when Montage of Heck first went into production, one may well have thought it would be yet another Nirvana documentary, about the famous, and famously twisted frontman of the band, Kurt Cobain. However, with director Brett Morgen, being granted access to a vault of Kobain’s diaries, poems and paintings, the documentary promised a new light on the well known, or well romanticized story of the singer.
The latest new revelation from Montage Of Heck, is a short 38 second song which has surfaced from the film, first premièred at the Sundance Festival in January. While short, the acoustic track has all the reverbed-voiced, haunting qualities fans will have grown to love in the late singer. The question remains whether this was for some kind of solo material, or if we would have seen this wheeled out in the more abrasive Nirvana setting. Listen to the newly revealed track here.
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