The Yeah Yeah Yeahs Documentary 'There is No Modern Romance' is Coming

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs Documentary 'There is No Modern Romance' is Coming

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are coming back and a documentary is now in the works.

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are coming back and a documentary is now in the works.

Text: Sadie Bell

To fix the millennial coming of age prolonged nostalgia for the early aughts, indie rock icons Yeah Yeah Yeahs have graced fans of 2000s garage rock with a recent reboot and reissue of their debut Fever to Tell fit with a deluxe box set featuring all sorts of treats from the band like a highly anticipated documentary.

Before the box set's release on the 15th anniversary of the album on Oct. 20, Yeah Yeah Yeahs have shared the trailer for their reissue exclusive, forthcoming documentary There is No Modern Romance. The new film directed by Patrick Daughters and Stephen Berger features exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of the group on their 2003 tour dates, documenting the tour that almost led to the band's demise.

Though the preview is only a minute long clip, you can get a sneak peak at some classic, gritty rock n' roll performed by the then-emerging group, backstage greenroom shots, and even some brutal, honest arguing between bandmates as if they are about to blow up and unfortunately prove there is no modern romance.

Lukily, Yeah Yeah Yeahs have stuck around long enough for a 15th anniversary reissue, so as you wait for the upcoming release, you can watch the There is No Modern Romance trailer below.

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