The Postal Service documentary "Everything Will Change" October 08 2014, 0 Comments
Back in 2003, Deat Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard, Dntel's Jimmy Tamborello, and Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis formed the supergroup, The Postal Service,released their only album, "Give Up", Toured for to promote said album....and closed up shop to go back to their respective endeavors.
"Give up" proved to be a phenomenal album, going on to Platinum certification for selling over 1 million units.
Their work together touched so many lives, even after they had broken up. I know "Such Great Heights" holds so many memories for my life, back in 2003 and 2004. Hell, I'm pretty sure The Postal Service is the fifth or sixth biggest reason I'm such a fan of Deathcab and Rilo Kiley. (but not the film, Troop Beverly Hills....that one's a classic!)
They released a Ten Year Anniversary edition of the album in 2013 and got back together for one tour. I'm kinda pissed that I'm just hearing about this, but luckily, director Justin Mitchell followed the entire thing with a camera. The result: The documentary, "Everything Will Change". I'm gonna find a way to check this out. I hope it's playing somewhere in the DMV. The trailer for it can be seen below!
What do you think? Are you excited to see it? Were you too old to get into this band? Were you too young? Didn't get the "Troop Beverly Hills" joke? Comment below!