You likely remember back in February of 2016 when Thelma and the Sleaze set out on their Kandyland tour, 31-shows in 29-days all over Nashville. They played everywhere from proper venues to a McDonalds to a laundromat. Seth Graves documented the entire thing and debuted the film at the Nashville Film Festival.
Now the film is available to watch online. Despite taking place all in one city, it’s a legitimately entertaining road movie as the bands steals locations to fill their show schedule and gives 200% at every performance. On the whole, there’s very little interpersonal band politics as the band seems to genuinely enjoy the impossible task they’ve set forth for themselves.