Arts Alliance Media will release No Distance Left To Run, a documentary about British band Blur, in cinemas on January 19.

The Pulse Films feature follows the band as they reunited for their 2009 rehearsals and summer tour. It features previously unseen footage, including interviews and reportages, but will also chart the band’s rise during the 1990s through to their headline slot at this year’s Glastonbury Festival (pictured).

It is directed by Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace and is produced by Lucas Ochoa and Thomas Benski. It will be released in digital cinemas worldwide.

Jamie Clark, head of music at Pulse Films, said: “With our first feature film we can now add a further string to our bow; we see this as the first of many such projects to come out of Pulse. Blur is one of the most iconic bands of the last two decades, and we are delighted to have the opportunity to work with them.