Everybody's Everything, executive produced by The Tree of Life auteur Terrence Malick, received a new trailer over the weekend.

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.


Trailer out now. Link in bio.

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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!"



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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).