When the Barnes brothers started shooting footage of East Nashville alt country musicians Todd Snider and Elizabeth Cook in February, they had in mind a documentary that would highlight the music being made across the river from the big studios. Instead, they ended up with ‘East Nashville Tonight.’

The drug and booze-filled film is being released to own by BOND360 via the film’s website starting Nov. 19. Check out the trailer above, but be warned: it contains flagrant profanity and drug use.

The film ended up being a musical comedy driven by the outrageous antics of the musicians who participated. “We are so excited to be working with BOND360 on this film,” says Todd Barnes in a press release. "We have no doubt that they will do a kick ass job in helping make sure every booze, drug, and sex-loving country music fan watches our film in the comfort of their own home or the friend’s couch where they currently reside.”

'East Nashville Tonight' premiered at this year’s Nashville Film Festival to a sold out crowd, and will have its official debut on Nov. 18 at a Nashville screening and concert featuring Elmo Buzz and Snider, as well as Cook’s group, Eastside Bulldogs.

The film is currently available for pre-order here.