True cult heroes, I Like Trains have spent almost a decade struggling against adversity.
Formed in 2006, the Yorkshire band found themselves at the centre of media hype, signing a major record deal in the process.
Since then, I Like Trains have found themselves victims of the whims of the music industry. Losing their deal, the band opted for a DIY route which - although problematic - has found them release some of their most striking material to date.
Film makers Matt Hopkins and Ben Lankester have joined forces for a documentary which charts this strange yet illuminating journey.
Launching a Kickstarter appeal, A Divorce Before Marriage is introduced thus:
"After the loss of their record deal, we document three years in the lives of I Like Trains as five artists navigate a brave new world..."
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Fancy helping out this more than worthy cause? Check out the Kickstarter page HERE.