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Watch Tedeschi Trucks Band’s Epic ‘I Am the Moon: III. The Fall’ Film

Tedeschi Trucks Band
(Image credit: Fantasy)

Grammy-winning soul rockers Tedeschi Trucks Band – fronted by electric guitar luminaries Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi – have released the third instalment of their epic quadruple album/film series on YouTube.

Ahead of the I Am the Moon. III: the Fall digital and CD release this Friday, July 29th, fans can now stream the album-length companion film from director Alix Lambert.

Taking inspiration from the “Romeo and Juliet of the East” Layla and Majnun (opens in new tab) poetry, The Fall continues I Am The Moon's themes of passion and despair, with singers/guitarists Susan Tedeschi and Mike Mattison taking the songwriting lead along with keyboardist/singer Gabe Dixon.

Tedeschi Trucks Band

Tedeschi Trucks Band (Image credit: David McClister)

The Fall begins with "the vivid hurt and explicit challenge of "Somehow," an easy-rolling groove that soon turns into full-blown soul power," notes David Fricke in his bio notes.

"How many times will you walk away?/How many times is the price I pay too high?" muses Tedeschi in the song’s opening lines…

Appearing in four regular instalments, the I Am the Moon album and film releases have had fans on the edge of their seats in recent months as Tedeschi Trucks Band drip-fed each part in sequence.

Following the release of I Am the Moon: I. Crescent (opens in new tab) on June 3rd, I Am the Moon: II. Ascension (opens in new tab) dropped four weeks later on July 1st.

Similarly, this Friday’s release comes a further four weeks on, with the final/fourth part completing the set on August 26th in the form of I Am the Moon: IV. Farewell (opens in new tab).

Stay tuned to the Tedeschi Trucks Band YouTube channel for the final film premiere on August 23rd.

Tedeschi Trucks Band

(Image credit: Fantasy)

Pre-order I Am the Moon: III. The Fall here (opens in new tab).

Rod Brakes
Rod Brakes

Rod Brakes is a music journalist with an expertise in guitars. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a writer covering artists, industry pros and gear includes contributions for leading publications and websites such as GuitaristTotal Guitar, Guitar World (opens in new tab)Guitar Player (opens in new tab) and MusicRadar (opens in new tab) in addition to specialist music books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.