With the recent cancellation of the remainder of their U.S. tour due to "vocal issues and exhaustion," a move that could cost them a cool $15 million, it's been quite an interesting week for the family band from Nashville, Tenn., Kings of Leon. It's hard to say what's really going on behind the scenes with the Followill boys these days, but with the upcoming release of their rock doc 'Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon,' we got a chance to speak with director and longtime friend of the band Stephen C. Mitchell to get his take on the whole ordeal and some insight into a band that most of us never get to see.

From having Kings of Leon as the stars of his first movie to what the boys are like when they're out of the spotlight, go ahead and check out an exclusive clip from the movie along with our conversation that covered tons of ground about one of the best rockumentaries we've seen in a good long while.
Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon Movie Poster
Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon
In Theaters on 2011

Filmmaker Stephen C. Mitchell goes behind the scenes to document the rise of Tennessee rock band Kings... Read More