British-based clothing company AllSaints, who were one of the first to clothe Kings Of Leon on their Youth & Young Manhood tour in 2004, have gone back to the band’s home town of Nashville, Tennessee to see the rising talent being born out of ‘New Music City’. The likes of Jack White, The Black Keys and Kings of Leon have helped to shine the spotlight on Nashville’s thriving, but long ignored, rock ‘n’ roll scene and, although country music is still the dominant force in Nashville, there is a plethora of emerging rock talent leading a revolution to change that.

London-based director Ben Strebel, took in the city’s sights and sound sounds with Kings of Leon’s Serpents and Snakes Records label, witnessing their modest, hometown-heavy roster first hand, in this beautifully shot feature documentary.

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