The documentary follows Justice on their first tour of the US. It is an edgy, raw and sometimes funny 60 minute documentary and one gets the feeling that there was not much censorship of their antics on the road.
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A driver who does breathing exercises and wants to set the Guinness World Record for the lowest note; the tour manager who always carries a gun around; getting tattoos; feeding squirrels with aspirine; singing the wrong words of "Under The Bridge" to Anthony Kiedis; posing awkwardly with fans for photos until they can't handle the awkwardness any longer; getting married in Vegas. This is the life.
Justice were a sensation back in 2008: that stopmotion masterpiece of a music vid for 'D.A.N.C.E', the electro-house drops up there with the likes of Erol Alkan, Swedish House Mafia and MSTRKFT, and this on-tour documentary which epitomizes the zeitgeist of this breakthrough era in music. Avicii have established themselves since, but there was something unmatchable about this peak time within the scene.