extraordinary access over the course of more than two years, this feature-length
documentary chronicles the band, fronted by brothers Scott and Seth Avett, on
the long journey from their rural North Carolina childhoods to topping the
charts and selling out arenas, experiencing heartbreak, tragedy and joy along
the way. The film also provides an inside look at their collaboration with
legendary producer Rick Rubin while recording the 2017 Grammy-nominated album
“True Sadness,” which was released on American Recordings/Republic Records.
recording process as the backdrop, May It Last intimately depicts the deeply
personal, lifelong bond between brothers, and shows how that dynamic helps
shape their creative process as musicians and songwriters.