Watch the BBC’s Documentary on Soft Cell “Say Hello, Wave Goodbye”

Watch the BBC documentary on Soft Cell “Say Hello, Wave Goodbye”, the hour long documentary which aired last night, chronically the career of Marc Almond and Dave Balls legendary Synth-Pop project.

Last september the duo performed together for the first time in 15 years—and the last time ever,—quite literally saying hello and waving goodbye in their stylish exit, captured in footage from the rehearsal and performance of the 30 song set at 02 Arena concert in London, along with new interviews with Ball and Almond and their fellow musicians including Andy Bell of Erasure and David McAlmont.

For our U.K. readers, you can stream the doc directly via the BBC. For those region locked watch the YouTube version below.

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