Multitalented genre pioneer Kygo has announced a personal documentary “Stole The Show.” The film will be released July 26 via Apple Music and chronicles Kygo’s journey from the early stages of his career to his career-defining performance at Barclays Center in Brooklyn in January 2016.
Featuring testimonials from his manager, Myles Shear, and DJ friends Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, and Bono, the documentary sheds light on the inside life of the world renown Norwegian artist.
“Can’t wait for everyone to see what really goes on behind the scenes!” said the producer in a statement. “It’s exciting showing people the journey that I’ve been on up until this point in my career.”
“Stole the Show” also shows Kygo selling out shows worldwide and tells the story of what life is like in the music industry. The trailer ends on a quote from Garrix, stating, “He’s so much bigger than EDM. He’s Kygo” while press materials for the doc revealed that fans can expect Kygo’s sophomore album to be out later this year.