HeyUGuys has to confess, we didn’t know what to expect when we sat down with the brothers Bros to talk about their new documentary, After The Screaming Stops.
The film follows the pair on a journey from their day jobs in California and Nevada (Luke’s post-pop career took him to Hollywood, while Matt’s has seen him land a residency in Vegas) to the stage of the O2, while reminiscing about their four years in the late 80s/ early 90s atop the music charts.
The thing is, the documentary is funny. Really funny. And it’s not entirely clear if the Goss brothers are in on the joke. With Matt delivering a seemingly never-ending slew of mixed metaphors, the doc’s co-directors, Joe Pearlman and David Soutar, clearly knew they had something special on their hands, whether the brothers realised it or not.
Fortunately, we discovered the pair, while not entirely aware of the comedic slant at the time of filming, have taken the documentary in good spirit. And as you can see in the video, have plenty to say on seeing themselves on film, the music industry and, unsurprisingly, much, much more.
Indeed, so enthused were they by HuG’s glowing review of the film, we’ve been invited to Vegas to drink tequila with at least one of the brothers. A GoFundMe page to pay for flights may well be forthcoming.
Here’s our interview.
Bros: After The Screaming Stops will be released in cinemas on 9th November and on digital download, Blu-Ray and DVD from 12th November.