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The Chills Feature Documentary Reaches 25% Of Funding Target

The Chills Feature Documentary Reaches 25% Of Funding Target!

The Kickstarter campaign has been going incredibly well - we achieved 25% in less than a week and have already received the "Project we Love" label from the Kickstarter team.

Now, we really need all of you, the real fans, to help us keep up that momentum. If you were all to contribute just $5NZD each we would achieve our target tomorrow. That's only $3.60USD or £3.70GBP.

We have amazing vinyl incentives on offer including a limited edition Silver copy of Silver Bullets (exclusive to the Kickstarter) and the recent addition, an advanced white label LP of the new album!

AND in even more exciting news MARTIN PHILLIPPS will personally thank the next 10 people who donate $100NZD or more in his next video!

You can contribute without picking up a reward at the top of the page and you can change your reward later - just incase you do decide you want that limited edition vinyl we know you have been eyeing up!

In case you missed it previously the Kickstarter campaign can be found at:

Even if you can't spare $5 you can still be a massive contributor by helping us expand our backer base. Go and like our social media pages @TheChillsFilm on

This is a story that needs to be told - we know it, you know it, and now it is time to make sure everyone else does too!

Thank you for your ongoing support!




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