​The National Unveil 'Something Out of Nothing' VR Film

​The National Unveil 'Something Out of Nothing' VR Film
The National release their long-awaited new album Sleep Well Beast today (September 8), and a new VR doc is giving fans a 360-degree behind-the-scenes look at the making of the record.
Dubbed Something Out of Nothing, the short film arrives courtesy of the New York Times, and can be viewed as a 360-degree video on desktop over here, or as a totally immersive experience in the Times' VR app on Oculus.
It features footage from the band's recording sessions at their new studio in upstate New York, as well as live performance footage from a show in Copenhagen. It was directed by Marshall Curry.
Take a deep dive into Sleep Well Beast in the new mini-doc, and learn more about the album in Exclaim!'s recent interview with the band over here.
Sleep Well Beast is out now on 4AD, and you can see the National's upcoming tour dates here.