The story of Canadian dance-punk band, Death From Above 1979, and how the power of music shaped their tumultuous decade-long friendship is explored in the trailer for Life After Death from Above 1979. Watch as two friends go their separate ways only to reunite in 2011, after five years of silence between them, to create new music and stage their comeback. Check out the first footage from this rock and roll expose, along with the first poster which is a must have for any fan of the band:

<strong><em>Life After Death from Above 1979</em></strong>

In 2001, after years of playing in various bands, living together, and bonding over a mutual desire to continue playing music while peers abandoned rock n' roll to follow more traditional career paths, Jesse Keeler (bass) and no_pwerson|Sebastien Grainger (drums), started a band out of boredom and necessity. They hammered out their sound in an unfinished basement in the east end of Toronto, and the result is what many have described as "an elephant in your living room."

 They were propelled into the limelight based on the strength of their raucous live performances and the release of their seminal album, You're a Woman, I'm a Machine (2004). But as the band's success grew internationally, their friendship became strained due to constant travel, and little-to-no buffer between them. Over the course of grueling schedules and never-ending tours, they broke up in 2006, right after the biggest tour of their careers, and ended the band before reaching potential stardom.

 In 2011, after five years of silence between them, and each focused on their own musical projects and respective lives, Jesse and Sebastien decided to reunite for one show: the legendary Coachella Music and Arts Festival. Life After Death From Above 1979 tells the story their rise, break-up, and coming back from the dead.

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