Death From Above 1979 dropped their new album, The Physical World, earlier this month, but the road to that release was not easy.
In fact, the time between 2004's You're A Woman, I'm A Machine and The Physical World was so dramatic that it inspired a new Eva Michon-directed documentary Life After Death From Above 1979 (due Oct. 7).
Entertainment Weekly broke down the plot:
In 2006, after a grueling tour supporting You're a Woman, Keeler and Grainger abandoned their bombastic music, raucous shows, and strained relationship. The duo didn't speak for five years, but stayed in music; Grainger performed under his own name, while Keeler founded the successful electronic duo MSTRKRFT. But fans continued to clamor for a Death From Above 1979 reunion, culminating in a high-profile set at 2011's Coachella Music and Arts Festival.
EW also reports that members of The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Justice will be included in the film, along with other prominent artists.
Here's the trailer:
The band is currently hitting up Europe for a run of shows before returning to the States in November. Here are their U.S. dates:
11/01: New Orleans, LA @ Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
11/03: Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre
11/04: Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works
11/06: Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
11/07: Austin, TX @ FUN FUN FUN FEST
11/08: Dallas, TX @ Granada Theatre
11/10: Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
11/12: San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
11/13: Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
11/15: Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
11/17: San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
11/18: Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
11/19: Seattle, WA @ Neumos
11/21: Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
11/22: Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre
11/24: Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
11/25: Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
11/26: Detroit, MI @ Crofoot
11/28: New York, NY @ Terminal 5
11/29: Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
12/01: Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
12/02: Boston, MA @ House of Blues