The music streaming service Spotify has recently released a documentary series called Landmark, which looks into some of the most influential moments in music history. The first installment of the series is dedicated to the punk rock band Green Day, focusing on their pioneering musical career that started at Berkeley’s Gilman Street venue in the ’80s.
The documentary takes viewers on a journey through time, exploring Green Day’s evolution as an artist and highlighting their key accomplishments such as Dookie, their platinum album released in 1994. It features interviews with members of the band as well as people from the industry who were influenced by them such as Ed Sheeran and All Time Low.
This is an exciting opportunity for fans of Green Day to get a unique look into the creative processes behind one of their favorite bands but it’s also important for everyone else who wants to learn more about music history and appreciate how it continues to shape our lives today. By watching Landmark, viewers gain invaluable insight into what makes this band so special and why they have been able to remain relevant for over three decades now.
For all its educational purpose, Landmark is also incredibly entertaining and captivating with its mix of engaging visuals and heartfelt anecdotes from those involved in various stages throughout Green Day’s career. From early days playing backyard gigs to worldwide tours selling out arenas, this documentary stands out for its ability to bring together stories that paint a vivid portrait of a band whose influence still resonates today.
If you’re looking for an inspiring and informative watch then you should definitely make sure to check out Spotify’s Landmark documentar