Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio’s documentary about The Avett Brothers, entitled May It Last: A Portrait of The Avett Brothers, airs January 29th on HBO. In anticipation, the band stopped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday. After an introduction by Apatow, the band turned in a stirring performance of “No Hard Feelings” while accompanied by their touring members, violinist Tania Elizabeth and drummer Mike Marsh.
The song is featured in the film and comes from their Grammy-nominated 2016 album, True Sadness. In his review of the documentary, Consequence of Sound Editor-in-chief Michael Roffman described it as “a scrapbook of a family, one that’s thorough, funny, and full of larger-than-life stories that will tickle the funny bone as often as they bruise the heart.” He added, “You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll sing, you’ll sigh — basically, how you feel walking away from any show by The Avett Brothers.”
Check out the theatrical trailer below.