As the death of alternative rap sensation Lil Peep is still an unfortunate loss for the younger generation, it now looks like the late multi-genre musician will be honored with a special documentary that will arrive in theaters just a few days shy of his two-year death anniversary.
The film is titled Everybody’s Everything, and based off the initial trailer you can get a clear idea of why that moniker rings true. Directed by Sebastian Jones and Ramez Silyan, with executive production coming by way of Terrence Malick, it covers Peep’s life from a childhood where he was simply known as Gustav Elijah Åhr to his tragic last days as an in-demand and touring rock star. The moments that feature his mother, Liza Womack, are sure to be the most heartbreaking, but the project as a whole will more than likely be a hard watch for his most diehard fans. However, as reviews from the many critics that’ve already seen the film suggest, this will be one of those music docs that you’ll definitely want to check out.
Take a look at the trailer for Everybody’s Everything above, and expect the Lil Peep documentary to arrive on November 12. For ticket info, click here.