Rush are sharing a preview of the Fantoons animated video, “The Early Days Of Neil Peart”, which will be featured during the November 3 North American cinema premiere of their 40th anniversary tour documentary “Time Stand Still.”
“You know, I don’t take for granted that people just admire what we do, so whatever we do they’ll admire,” says Peart. “No. I feel like – in fact, this is very true – every audience I feel like we have to earn them.”
The animated video and the exclusive 20-minute short, "Rush: A Salute To Kings", will be seen alongside the “Time Stand Still” feature-length film, which captures Rush and their fans on the band’s 2015 tour across North America.
Named after a track from 1987’s “Hold Your Fire” and narrated by Paul Rudd, the project delivers footage from what is rumored to be the Canadian rockers’ final tour as they determine their future plans.
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“Time Stand Still” will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 18.
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