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Ghost Movie, REPAIR HERE REPAIR NOWis set to have a worldwide online premiere later this month.

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The film opened worldwide on June 20 and grossed over $5 million in its four days of release.

It included concert footage from Ghost’s performance at the Forum in Inglewood, California, last year, as well as the premiere of new song “The Future Is a Foreign Land.” Fans who weren’t able to see it in June can purchase it on July 20 on the streaming platform Veeps.

“Visit the Congregation for the worldwide premiere of REPAIR HERE REPAIR NOW”, says a statement on the Veeps website.

“Shot during the sold-out two-day finale of GHOST’s RE-IMPERATOUR tour at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles. REPAIR HERE REPAIR NOW immerses viewers in the debut film from the Grammy-winning theatrical rock band, mixing live performances with a narrative that will completely draw audiences into this bombastic yet intimate cinematic portrait of GHOST.

“Included in your ticket is access to an exclusive Q&A with Ghost mastermind Tobias Forge, co-director Alex Ross Perry and live director Jim Parsons, recorded at the film’s London premiere.”

Last month, Perry and frontman Forge spoke to NME about the band’s feature film debut and how they combined the extensive lore of Ghost with a more typical concert film.

Perry discussed the fictional story the band has been building around themselves since 2018, saying, “That’s something that became clear to me with this film in its finished form. Ghost as a band is like a planet and the story is like the moon. The moon is not part of the planet, but it orbits the planet.

“The songs and the meanings are thematically connected to what Ghost is trying to do, but they’re not creating a rock opera about this family dynamic of mothers, sons and fathers. I think for the fans, it’s like getting two meals instead of one.”

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