An upcoming documentary, titled Meet Me In The Bathroom is set to explore the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between New York’s burgeoning indie scene at the dawn of the millennium. Bands like The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, Interpol and many more key players from the era will feature in the film.
The film is based on a 2017 article by SPIN intern Lizzy Goodman, who set out to chronicle the meteoric rise of New York’s 2000s-era indie rock scene. Goodman's work explored New York’s rock resurgence as the decade unfolded, through firsthand accounts from the musicians at the forefront of the moment.
Watch the official trailer below!
‘Meet Me In The Bathroom’ [Official Trailer]
Meet Me in the Bathroom will premiere in the US on November 4th, before hitting streaming on November 25th.
Following the doco’s long-awaited premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this year, critics hailed both the deeply personal documentation, as well as it’s poignant commentary on cultural changes – like the simultaneous rise of the internet – that shaped the era and music industry at large.
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