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Watch A Young Nirvana Play A Show In A Living Room

Here's another look at HBO's 'Montage of Heck.'

Can't wait for the upcoming “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck” documentary?

Well, thankfully here's another clip from the doc ahead of its May 4 HBO premiere, and this time, we get to see awesome footage of Nirvana performing in a living room, something that apparently happened often when the group was first getting its start.

"If we played together in the house for a couple of hours and if two people stopped by we considered that a gig,” Kurt Cobain says in the clip. "That was good enough, if we had an audience of two people. Locals who hated our guts and thought it was terrible music.”

“Montage of Heck” - named after a pre-fame mixtape Cobain created - is special because it’s the first authorized doc about the iconic singer. Courtney Love told The New York Times that it’s also an opportunity to analyze Cobain in a new light.

“It was time to examine this person and humanize him and decanonize these values that he allegedly stood for — the lack of ambition and these ridiculous myths that had been built up around him,” she said in a piece published Thursday (April 15).

On April 8, an exclusive clip from the “Montage” documentary, which Cobain’s daughter Frances Bean executive produced, surfaced. It featured a chilling Cobain track that doesn’t appear to have a title.