Aussie legends HARD-ONS are to have their amazing story captured on celluloid.
Hard-Ons: The Most Australian Band Ever! is a new feature-length doc from Living Eyes Films, the makers of the award-winning Radio Birdman doc, Descent Into The Maelstrom.
Forming at high-school in the Sydney suburb of Punchbowl, the multi-racial trio emerged out of the highly fertile 80s Aussie underground scene taking their hugely-influential supercharged pop-punk around the world, sharing stages with the likes of Ramones, Nirvana, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. The band hold an Australian indie chart record with no fewer than 17 consecutive No.1s. Their most recent album, 2019's So I Could Have Them Destroyed proves there's no sign of them slowing down just yet, the band already preparing material for their 13th album.
"The Hard-Ons are extremely pleased to be having a documentary made about us, by professionals that know our band musically, spiritually and ideologically, very well," says bassist Ray Ahn. "We are honoured and flattered. We look forward to the finished film in great anticipation. We want our story told.”
With the film already in production, the band and producers are currently soliciting donations to complete the project. To find out how you can contribute, go here.