Wisconsin favourites Misery Signals have announced an upcoming documentary film, which is near completion.
The band made the announcement via their Facebook page, which also allowed the group to unveil a brief teaser video (view below). Entitled ‘Yesterday Was Everything‘, the film is slated for a late 2016 release and is described as chronicling “the band’s 2014 “Malice X” reunion tour, [exploring] the tragedy that resulted in the formation of the band, and their struggle to balance friendship with creative process.”
The film’s Director Matt Mixon is currently finalising the project and has appealed to fans for their help with additional material.
A statement reads:
“Anyway, I need a lot of help. Much of the film takes place in the early 2000’s, surrounding Edmonton, Milwaukee, early Misery Signals, Compromise, and 7 Angels 7 Plagues. I need photos and videos to help illustrate a time and a place. Shows, tour stuff, hangs, venues, ANYTHING you think might be relevant. If you’ve got a VHS tape you think part of a Compromise set might be on, or a box of terrible blurry photos taken with a disposable camera at a 7a show, hit me up, please! I will pay for postage and see that it all gets back to you.
“I know these things are a pain in the ass to look for, but hopefully if you were there for any of it, you know the story, you know the importance it being told, and you’ll brave the basement and the dust for me. Thanks in advance for even looking. And please if you know somebody else who might have something, tag them in this post, repost it, send them a note, blow this thing up. I’ll thank you in my oscars speech.
Hope to hear from you: email@example.com.”