If you spent most of last April screaming yourself hoarse at grainy footage of Beyoncé making history at Coachella festival, you are not alone.
Still not over it? Well, good news – today Netflix dropped Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé, a documentary dedicated entirely to the iconic set. And if that wasn’t enough to handle already, Queen Bey has just released an unannounced live album of the whole performance too.
Homecoming the album features all-time Bey classics like “Crazy In Love”, “Sorry”, Formation” and “Check On It”, as well as two bonus tracks – a cover of “Before I Let Go”, and a recorded version of “I Been On” to close the album.
And if you’ve not watched the concert documentary yet, schedule that straight into your bank holiday Friday. Homecoming offers an intimate look at the performance, which unknown to many, paid homage to America’s historically black colleges and universities. It’s also cut with interviews and emotional candid footage giving insight into the gruelling prep, as well as the road from concept to history-making cultural movement.
Listen to the Homecoming album below, and watch the documentary on Netflix now.