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"Street Missions," a lost cut that dates back to the beginnings of rock icons U2 (known then as The Hype), has surfaced in the upcoming film "Killing Bono." In a scene from the film that recreates the band's first concert, "Street Missions" is performed to an enthusiastic crowd in Dublin. Watch below.

Video: The Hype Performs "Street Missions" in "Killing Bono"

"Killing Bono" producer Ian Flooks recently told NME, "Street Missions... although written by them, was as far as I know never recorded so this is the first time it's been recorded."

"Killing Bono" is based on "Killing Bono: I Was Bono's Doppelganger," the memoir of early U2 friend and rival Neil McCormick. McCormick and brother Ivan, played by Ben Barnes and Robert Sheehan, are seen attending the gig in the clip.

The film, directed by Nick Hamm, is set for release in the UK on April 1.