Watch a Young Nirvana Perform a Concert for Two People in New “Montage of Heck” Clip

Image Courtesy of The End of Music, LLC/HBOIn their earlier days, before they were one of the biggest rock bands on the planet, Nirvana was happy to perform for the smallest of crowds. A new clip from Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, streaming at, shows the young band rocking out in front of an audience of just two people -- or, as Krist Novoselic calls them, "locals who hated our guts and thought it was terrible music."

"If we played together in the house for a couple of hours and if two people stopped by, we considered that a gig," the Nirvana bassist says in the clip.

Novoselic also remembers meeting a young Kurt Cobain, who was working as a janitor at the time.

"He'd always have to do some kind of art -- usually defacing something," Novoselic says. "He never had idle hands. It just came out of him, he had to express himself."

Montage of Heck will be released for a limited theatrical run in the U.S. on April 24. The film will air on HBO on May 4.

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