Rock documentaries are a great way to experience a band on many levels. You can see them perform live if you haven’t got the chance, you can hear them talk about their work and why they do what they do as well as just get a taste of their personality. This March, we get to hear some words and sounds from Jack White and The White Stripes.
The White Stripes have a film documentary hitting the circuit. It’s titled, “The White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights.” It’s only going to be around for 30 days, screening in several theaters across the country in the U.S. as well as internationally. On March 11, you’ll be able to find it in NYC appearing on the silverscreens at the IFC Theater and the AMC Empire 25.
The rock doc is about their cross-country Canadian tour that went down during the summer of 2007.
It will be available to purchase on March 16, it will also be apart of a deluxe set. You can pre-order the deluxe set on their web site, it comes with loads of stuff, including their first live album.
Here is the trailer for the film…
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