Hawkwind On Film

Hawkwind are curiously under-represented on celluloid during the 1970s, but here's most of the film/footage that exists. (Click on the image to stop and start videos, and bottom right to play music - except the GIFs)

'Hurry On Sundown' / 'The Reason Is?' Atomic Sunrise Festival, Roundhouse, London - 13 March 1970

'Silver Machine' - Civic (Queensway) Hall, Dunstable - 7 July 1972

Performing in The Final Programme, Elstree Studios, Borehamwood - early 1973

'Urban Guerilla' - Wembley Empire Pool, London - 27 May 1973

Watchfield Free Festival, Oxfordshire - 23 August 1975

City Hall, Newcastle - 19 September 1976 (silent 8mm film) - part 1

City Hall, Newcastle - 19 September 1976 (silent 8mm film) - part 2

City Hall, Newcastle - 20 September 1977 (silent 8mm film)

'Quark, Strangeness And Charm' - Granada Studios, Manchester - September 1977

Brunel University, Uxbridge – 24 November 1978

'Levitation' - Ewart Studios, Wandsworth, London - late 1980

'Who's Gonna Win The War?' - Ewart Studios, Wandsworth, London - late 1980

'World Of Tiers' - Ewart Studios, Wandsworth, London - late 1980

Days Of The Underground is an in-depth primer to the music of Hawkwind in the 1970s. It also explores the ideas and concepts that fuelled the band during this period, and speaks to the crew that manned the ship.