It’s a novel approach that helps to entice the audience into seeing what it’s like to live down and dirty on the road. That being said, it also has that hipsterish smack about it that you can’t shake off. The director of the documentary apparently played with Devendra Banhart, so subjectivity goes out the window. Instead, we get a jam piece of a documentary.
You get about 32 minutes of extra which just feel like more padding. If you’re a fan of the artists involved, this will be a must buy. Everyone else will question the timing issue of releasing a documentary about a tour from 2004 in 2015. Especially, when it wasn’t a big deal.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Release Date: OUT NOW!