Earlier this year, jam rockers Umphrey’s McGee premiered an hourlong archival documentary called Reel To Real, spotlighting the band’s formative years with behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, and more. Directed by LD Jefferson Waful, the movie has gotten rave reviews from fans everywhere. Finally, after months of waiting, the band has finally released Reel To Real to the public!

Starting today, June 1st, UM fans can acquire the entire film online through Vimeo. For just $14.99, fans can stream and download the movie when they so desire. Take a look at the embed below or head to Vimeo for details.

Reel To Real from Umphrey’s McGee on Vimeo.

The video description reads:

Reel to Real is an archival rock documentary about the innovative Umphrey’s McGee, diving deep into the early years by examining their inner workings through unreleased band shot camcorder footage. It reflects on UM’s days of suspended youth, racking up thousands of miles in a van and trailer without a worry in sight. But reality knocks as a founding member walks away mid tour, putting the entire venture in jeopardy. It’s a view behind the curtain, one designed not to paint a picture of what you think it’s like, but what it’s actually like to make the journey.

You can check out more about the video below from the trailer.