The Postal Service Documentary 'Everything Will Change' Gets a Trailer

October 7, 2014
Source: The Playlist

Everything Will Change

Unfortunately for music fans, The Postal Service was just a shortlived group formed by Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard and musical artist Dntel or Jimmy Tamborello. with vocal help from Jenny Lewis of Rilo Kiley. But at the very least, they delivered the spectacular album Give Up which never seems to get old. Well, 11 years after that album was released, the trio decided to get the band back together, but only for a 2013 tour. Thankfully, if you weren't able to attend, director Justin Mitchell has captured the tour in a documentary called Everything Will Change and a trailer for the film has arrived. Watch it!

Here's the first trailer for Justin Mitchell's documentary Everything Will Change (via The Playlist):

The documentary will only be screening in theaters for one night only at select AMC Theatres locations in just 10 cities. Here's the complete list of theaters showing the film on November 14th:

Burbank Town Center 6
770 North 1st Street, Burbank
Burbank, CA 91501

Empire 25
234 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

Metreon 16
2325 101 Fourth Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Pacific Place 11
600 Pine Street, 4th floor
Seattle, WA 98101

River East 21
322 East Illinois Street
Chicago, IL 60611

Boston Commons 16
175 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02111

Cherry Hill 24
2121 Route 38
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

Georgetown 14
3111 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007

Mission Valley 20
1640 Camino Del Rio, North
San Diego, CA 92108

Northpark 15
8687 N. Central Expressway, Suite 3000
Dallas, TX 75225

Otherwise, if you're not able to make it to any of these theaters, the documentary will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on November 24th. On that same day Sub Pop Records (who is distributing the documentary on home video) will issue The Postal Service’s seminal LP, Give Up, as a single vinyl LP for the first time. For fans of The Postal Service, it sounds like November is going to be chock full of greatness, even if it will just be retreading the single album that the band made years ago. For a complete tracklist of the songs that will be featured in Everything Will Change, check out Consequence of Sound right here. Cool?

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Such a great album/band. Never got to see them live, I hope I can see this documentary as the next best thing

Ricardo_PT on Oct 7, 2014


THE POSTAL SERVICE, my heart forever.

DAVIDPD on Oct 7, 2014


If there's any man in that audience that doesn't sport a beard, he's NOT a true Postal Service fan. Seriously, I like the album a lot, but a whole documentary on it? That's a bit much.

Chuckee Knowlton on Oct 7, 2014


Obviously inspired by Shut Up and Play The Hits... but I agree

Dylan DAlessio on Oct 7, 2014


Who? and So what?

Pugiron on Oct 8, 2014


Proposed alternate titles: "Smeared Black Ink", "They Will See Us Waving", "Mailing Letters With The Address of the Sender", "Waiting For A Cross-Town Train", "Cupboard With Cans of Food", "Pah Pah Pah Pah"

BJ Orbase on Oct 8, 2014


First The National's Mistaken for strangers, Then Life after Death From Above 1979, now this, feels like everyband I like whom my friends haven't heard of have documentaries these days. Not complaining but does seem to be over kill.

Topher on Oct 8, 2014

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