On Tuesday, John took to Twitter to announce the arrival of a three-part movie to accompany the album, titled Inside the Lockdown Sessions.
“Surprise! Just in time for the holidays, I’ll introduce you to ‘Inside the Lockdown Sessions’. Watch as I dive into the making of my latest album with all of my collaborators, just on @AppleMusic,” the singer wrote, sharing a 30-second intro video from the documentary.
Inside The Lockdown Sessions, It’s a streaming exclusive on Apple Music, features appear from Miley Cyrus, Rina Sawwayama, Stevie Nicks, Eddie Vedder and his other musicians as he brought the record to life.
Nicks took to Twitter to share a clip of the documentary in which she talks about their collaboration on “The Stolen Car.” “You sit in the back row with Stevie and Elton, go down PC [Pacific Coast Highway]… It’s a good duet, it’s the right song, and it’s always magical,” the Fleetwood Mac singer says in the clip, with John adding, “For her, it was unbelievable. ”
Lock sessions debuted in the top 10 of Billboard 200 album chart, while “Cold Heart” with Dua Lipa saw John become the first artist to have a single topping the UK chart 10 in six different decades. 74 years old also make a history in the United States when the song debuted on Billboard Hot 100 is John’s 68th entry on the chart and the first in more than 21 years, since 2000’s “Someday Out of the Blue”.
View excerpts from Inside the Lockdown Sessions below.
Surprise! Just in time for the holiday season, I’ll introduce you to ‘Inside the Lockdown Sessions’.
– Elton John (@eltonofficial) November 30, 2021
“You sit in the back seat with Stevie and @eltonofficial, going down to PCH… “That’s what we envisioned for ‘Stolen Car’, and working with Elton is one of my favorite moments.
See inside #TheLockdownSessions above @AppleMusic: https://t.co/B6EgZhsOf9
– Stevie Nicks (@StevieNicks) November 30, 2021
https://www.billboard.com/culture/tv-film/elton-john-inside-the-lockdown-sessions-documentary-1235004739/ Elton John shares ‘Inside the Lockdown Sessions’ documentary – Billboard