Kraftwerk's Tate Modern Residency Captured in New BBC Documentary

Kraftwerk's Tate Modern Residency Captured in New BBC Documentary
Photo: Kevin Jones
Back in 2013, electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk made their live return by performing their catalogue chronologically at London's Tate Modern.
 
The exhibit, titled Kraftwerk — The Catalogue 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, spawned a 3D world tour from the group, but for those hoping to relive the glory, it will feature prominently in a new BBC Four documentary.
 
The new film is called Kraftwerk: Pop Art, and it is scheduled to air on BBC Four on January 30. Compiled by Simon Witter, the documentary will showcase four songs from the Computer World night at the Tate.
 
Additional footage includes new interviews, archive footage, live music from a 1981 tour, figments of Ralf Hütter's last filmed interview, French television clips and a rare video of the band playing as a three-piece unit.
 
As a teaser of what to expect, you can watch a clip from the Tate's Computer World event below.