The Earth Will Swallow You, a 2002 documentary by brothers Chris and Geoff Hanson that captures their time spent on the road and in the studio with Widespread Panic, is set to stream on, beginning on Jan. 21 at 8 p.m. ET. 

The movie presents viewers with behind-the-scenes footage of Widespread Panic’s 2000 summer tour, focusing on their live performances and backstage collaborations. Along the way, the documentary boasts clips from famed stops at venues such as San Francisco’s The Warfield and Red Rocks Amphitheatre, in addition to smaller impromptu performances. 

Much of the concert footage highlights the band’s collaborations with other artists, such as Taj Mahal, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Jorma Kaukonen, Merl Saunders and Cecil “P-Nut” Daniels. Members of the ensemble also talk candidly in one-on-one interviews, notable the late-Michael Houser, who passed away two-short years after the movie was filmed, is included.

Watch Widespread Panic’s The Earth Will Swallow You, the Hanson Brother’s rockumentary, following the legendary 2000 summer tour across the U.S. Stream the premiere on Jan. 21 or on-demand when you can.