An inside look at tour life with indie rock band Wolf Alice, as they prepare for their Brighton gig - sound checks, sunshine and seaside frolics.
Michael Winterbottom follows acclaimed British rock band Wolf Alice on tour, recording their gigs as well as the romance and routine of their daily life backstage.
The film shows the realities of touring form the point of view of a new crew member. In march 2015 the North London rock four-piece Wolf Alice take to the streets of the UK to promote theur debut album, My Love Is Cool, for the last time.
Driving from city to city, playing 16 cities in 3 weeks, the band are joined by Estelle an intern with the bands record company, who will be helping the band with their promotional duties, accompanying them as they visit local radio stations and give interviews to the press.
Estelle strikes up a relationship with Joe a member of the bands road crew, and through their eyes, we see both the magic and monotony of life on the road, giving us a glimpse behind the scenes of a passionate young rock band in their searing prime.