Death From Above 1979 Documentary Shows How To Put A Rock Band Back Together

October 2, 2014 1:55 PM

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On the day of Death From Above 1979's sophomore album release, Sebastien Grainger and Jesse Keeler had seen better mornings. It was a muggy September day and the duo had been stuck in rush hour traffic trying to get from Brooklyn to Midtown Manhattan. "I may still be drunk," Keeler said before devouring a Starbucks lemon loaf. "I just want bog water -- some green juice," Grainger added.

The night before, they played an intimate show in Williamsburg to celebrate "The Physical World," a follow-up album to their 2004 hit, "You're a Woman I'm a Machine," that only came to be after a brutal breakup and reconciliation. It's an exhausting rock record, dotted with fits of destruction and r...

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