Shinedown Announces ‘Attention Attention’ Feature Film Coming Soon


Recently named #1 on Billboard’s Greatest of All Time Rock Artist chart, multi-platinum band Shinedown has announced their first feature film, Attention Attention. The new movie is a cinematic experience of their 2018 album of the same name. Directed by Bill Yukich, the new feature-length will weave in the album’s 14 songs into a thought-provoking and emotional journey, giving the audience a deep look into life’s highest highs and lowest lows.

Attention Attention will also incorporate the band’s crossover anthem “Get Up” along with “Monsters,” “Devil,” “The Human Radio,” and the album’s title track “Attention Attention.”

Shinedown’s Attention Attention feature film will be available on digital and cable VOD on September 3. Be sure to keep a look out on the Attention Attention official trailer coming soon.

Kailin is an avid book reader, and full time nerd. When she isn't writing for Nerds and Beyond, she is writing fan fictions, online role playing with her friends and binge watching her favorite shows. Her first fandom started with Buffy The Vampire Slayer and her life was forever changed. The 100 and Supernatural are her biggest obsessions. You can find her on twitter @kailinmaurine

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