Cinema LibreCan’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police, the documentary that focuses on Police guitarist Andy Summers‘ life and career, will be released on DVD and Blu-ray this Tuesday, July 14. The film, which is based partly on Summers’ 2006 memoir, One Train Later, features rare archival footage, as well as many images from the veteran musician’s 2007 photography book, I’ll Be Watching You.

Summers provides the narration for the movie, which focuses mainly on the turbulent years he spent with the band during its heyday, and as well as its 2007-2008 reunion tour.

The DVD and Blu-ray of Can’t Stand Losing You offer a number of bonus features, including audio commentary by Summers and producer Norman Golightly, a trailer, a photo gallery and more. For more information, visit CinemaLibreStudio.com.

Summers will be participating in a couple of events next week to promote Can’t Stand Losing You‘s release on DVD and Blu-ray. On Tuesday, he’ll sign copies of the video and meet fans at Amoeba Records in Los Angeles at 6 p.m. PT. Then, on Wednesday, July 15, Andy will be at the Grammy Museum in L.A. to take part in a discussion following a screening of the documentary at 7 p.m. PT.

Meanwhile, on the same day that Can’t Stand Losing You hits stores, Summers will release a brand-new solo album of experimental instrumentals titled Metal Dog. The 10-track collection will be available as a digital download via various online retailers, including Amazon. Andy played all of the instruments on the album, which he recorded at his Mother Divine studio in Venice, California.

Here is the full track listing of Metal Dog:

“Metal Dog”
“Animal Chatter”
“Ishango Bone”
“Vortex Street”
“Bitter Honey”
“Qualia”
“How Long Is Now”
“Harmonograph”
“Ocean of Enceladus”
“Mare Imbrium”

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