Holy Ghost Tent Revival have spent years crafting their sound, one that infuses classic and indie rock with big band jazz. Giving fans an opportunity to see what goes into creating their polished and unique sound, Diffuser is ecstatic to team up with the band to debut a brand-new mini documentary, viewable above.

The documentary follows the band across North Carolina and gives fans an intimate peek into a world they might not otherwise have had access to.

“I enjoyed the process of filming this documentary because it gives the viewer a side of the band that is usually hard to connect with after a show,” trumpeter Charlie Humphrey says. “You see us at our calmest and most rambunctious. You get a glimpse at the pre-show rituals and our demeanor as people behind-the-scenes.”

From live footage to interviews with the band members and their tour manager, Holy Ghost Tent Revival's 'Tour Documentary' is a unique look at the life of a burgeoning band. The doc was created by filmmakers Lucas Lovett and Scott Richardson, who are based out of Washington D.C. and Raleigh, N.C., respectively.

Holy Ghost Tent Revival have dates scheduled across North America through mid-November. Get their full tour itinerary here. And if you haven't yet, pick up the band's latest album, 'Right State of Mind,' here.