Meet Me In The Bathroom trailer | Acclaimed documentary on 2000s New York music scene coming to UK cinemas

A new trailer has been released for the acclaimed music documentary Meet Me In The Bathroom, which tells the story of the early noughties New York music scene and features never-before-seen footage of the likes of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Strokes, Interpol and LCD Soundsystem.

The Strokes

Inspired by the 600-page book of the same name by rock journalist Lizzy Goodman, released in 2017, the documentary will reach UK cinemas on 10 March.

Set against the backdrop of 9/11, it tells the story of how the likes of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Strokes, Interpol and LCD Soundsystem gave rise to a new musical movement that was born in New York and had global significance.

Meet Me In The Bathroom

The film is put together by Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace, the award-winning filmmakers behind 2012’s Shut Up and Play the Hits, which follows LCD Soundsytem’s frontman James Murphy, and 2010’s Blur: No Distance Left To Run, which is (unsurprisingly) about Britpop outfit Blur.

Meet Me In The Bathroom is constructed entirely from audio interviews and raw archive; the personal archives of the featured artists and their contemporaries, found footage and DV tapes unearthed from the shelves and storage units of New York music fans. Much of that process to the film’s creation can be seen in its buzzy new trailer below.

Meet Me In The Bathroom hits UK cinemas on March 10, 2023. Click here for tickets and more information.

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