After Sparks shared a first look at their forthcoming documentary The Sparks Brothers back in January, the band and director Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz, Baby Driver) have released a two-and-a-half-minute trailer for the documentary about the legendary brother pop/rock duo.

The trailer confirms contributions from Beck, Jack Antonoff, Flea, Vince Clarke, Todd Rundgren, Roddy Bottum, Thurston Moore, Andy Bell, Mike Myers, Fred Armisen, Jonathan Ross and more.

Wright wrote of the trailer on Twitter, "50 years. 25 albums. 345 songs. Unlimited genius... I've been a fan of Sparks since 1979. In 2015, I found out they followed me on Twitter, freaked out and messaged them immediately. Cut to YOU watching the trailer for my first documentary. Out June 18th! Enjoy."

The Sparks Brothers documentary will be available to watch in the UK from 30 July, just over a year after Sparks' most recent album A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip.