Knucks releases deluxe version of his acclaimed album ‘Alpha Place’ and announces two-part documentary

UK rapper-producer Knucks officially releases the deluxe version of his critically-acclaimed album Alpha Place, out now via NO DAYS OFF.

The album is now available on vinyl and the deluxe version is available digitally and features two additional recordings, including the new single “Don’t Look Up,” which arrives alongside the extended project. Listen to the deluxe project here.

Alongside the deluxe album release, Knucks also teases his two-part documentary KNUCKLES with a gripping trailer. Directed by Lauren Luxenberg and Alfie Barker, and produced by Untold Studios, the documentary is supported by YouTube Music and is inspired by the Alpha Place album, told through voices of Knucks’ friends, family and collaborators.

Sharing powerful messages about friendship and community, it reflects on Knucks’ childhood and his early beginnings, showcasing his discovery of his music talents and following his progression. Dropping in two parts, Part 1 will be released on 19th December, followed by Part 2’s release on 21st December.

Sharing words on the creation of KNUCKLES, director Lauren Luxenberg adds, “working with Knucks has been an absolute dream. He’s a complete visionary and incredibly considered with everything he feeds back and the ideas he communicates. He’s got a real eye for film and his storytelling nature really lent itself well to the film and narrative.”

Check out the trailer below.

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