The Amity Affliction will release a documentary entitled, ‘Seems Like Forever’ on 10 July. This will be the band’s documentary spanning their story so far and will be available on 24hundred.net from 14 May.
The documentary is an access all areas look at the band’s history, including footage from their early days through to last year’s ‘Let The Ocean Take Me’ World Tour. ‘Seems Like Forever’ not only includes TAA’s meteoric rise to become one of Australia’s most accomplished bands but also features interviews with the team that have supported them over that time including management, their label Roadrunner Records, booking agents and even some high profile Amity fans .
‘Seems Like Forever’ was filmed in locations from all corners of the globe including Australia, Europe and the U.S.A. The documentary also offers insight into how the band feel about the closeness they share with their fan base, a bond that has been forged from constant touring, genuine interaction via social media as well as the noted openness of Joel Birch’s lyrics.
Says Birch of the documentary, “I’m really stoked that we’re finally releasing a small insight into the life we’ve been able to live thanks to everyone who has supported us, through the good times and the bad, it’s been a hell of a ride!”
Australian fans ordering ‘Seems Like Forever’ pre-release via the 24hundred.net store can also choose from a number of pre-order only, merchandise bundles with one-off exclusive designs. Some strictly limited bundles also include a ticket to see Seems Like Forever before anyone else at pre-release advance cinema screening premiere events in each capital city!
A special deluxe edition of the band’s #1 ARIA album, ‘Let the Ocean Take Me’ will also be available digitally from July 10 and feature previously unreleased tracks ‘Skeletons’ and ‘Forever’.
‘Seems Like Forever’ trailer is now streaming at www.theamityaffliction.net.