The critically acclaimed feature-length documentary focuses on the life and cultural impact of the late genre-defying artist Lil Peep, who died in 2017 at the age of 21. Directed by Sebastian Jones and Ramez Silyan, the film is both a remarkable testament to the lasting legacy of Peep's art and—as reviewers have stated—arguably the definitive capturing of a generational landmark.
Sarah Stennett and Peep's mother Liza Womack are also credited as executive producers. The film, which garnered well-earned praise during a festival run earlier this year, is out Nov. 12.
Over the summer, the release of the Travis Barker remix of Peep's "Falling Down" was followed within days of an announcement from Womack that a new album of unreleased tracks would be released soon.
"Who wants a new album with amazing unreleased Lil Peep music put together by Gus's mom and the songs's original collaborators?" she said at the time. "You have been asking for this, and I can't wait to get it to you!"
The first posthumous Peep album—Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 2—was released through Columbia Records last November and opened at No. 4 on the Billboard 200. In January, the Makonnen and Fall Out Boy-featuring "I've Been Waiting" was released. The collab was later certified Gold by the Recording Industry of America (RIAA).