Iron & Wine Unveils Documentary and Concert Film “Who Can See Forever”
Saxapahaw, NC – September 28, 202
Iron & Wine fans, get ready to embark on an intimate musical journey! The celebrated indie folk artist, Sam Beam, is set to be the star of an upcoming documentary and concert film titled “Who Can See Forever.” Directed by Josh Sliffe, this cinematic masterpiece captures the magic of an enchanting performance at North Carolina’s Haw River Ballroom, showcasing Beam’s mesmerizing talent. The film boasts an impressive array of 19 songs spanning Sam Beam’s illustrious discography.
Scheduled for release on November 17 via Sub Pop Records, the film’s soundtrack promises to be a sonic delight for fans and newcomers alike. But that’s not all; before its streaming debut in 2024, the work of art by Iron & Wine will grace the silver screen in select theatres across the country during the fall and winter seasons.
In a tantalizing teaser, Iron & Wine fans have been given a taste of what’s to come with a mesmerizing performance of “Thomas County Law” from the film. The footage offers a glimpse into the captivating synergy between Sam Beam and his audience, a hallmark of his live performances.
“Who Can See Forever” is poised to be a must-see experience for music lovers and documentary enthusiasts alike, offering a rare opportunity to immerse oneself in the rich and soulful world of Iron & Wine. Be sure to mark your calendars and prepare to be spellbound by this cinematic and musical marvel.
Check the Iron & Wine – Who Can See Forever Complete Soundtrack:
01 The Trapeze Swinger 02 Boy With a Coin 03 Woman King 04 Thomas County Law 05 House by the Sea 06 About a Bruise 07 Sodom, South Georgia 08 Last Night 09 Monkeys Uptown 10 Wolves (Song of the Shepherd’s Dog) 11 Grace for Saints and Ramblers 12 Dearest Forsaken 13 Glad Man Singing 14 On Your Wings 15 Passing Afternoon 16 Pagan Angel and a Borrowed Car 17 Naked as We Came 18 Call Your Boys 19 Muddy Hymnal