Phish will be the main focus of a new long-form documentary podcast series called Long May They Run featuring Dean Budnick as writer/narrator of the podcast tracing the band’s history and their impact. Wow. Sounds amazing.

The band Phish will be the subject of a new podcast series. “Long May They Run” will feature the group for the series’ first season. Created, directed and produced by C13Originals, veteran music journalist and author Dean Budnick serves as writer and narrator of the podcast, which will offer a deep dive into the history of Phish as well as its impact on music culture, the industry and beyond.

Here’s the description of what we’ll hear on episode once, and there’s a preview up now you can sample.

Season One of this groundbreaking music documentary, Long May They Run, will focus on the band Phish, and how they are among only a handful of artists who have sold out stadiums for decades, redefined the bond between artist and fans, influenced a way of life, and innovated an entire industry along the way. Hosted by music journalist Dean Budnick, LMTR tells the story of a band, their fans, and the journey that made them one of the most successful touring bands of all time. Long May They Run is a production of C13Originals, a division of Cadence13.The group anticipated today’s direct fan engagement not only through newsletters but also via on-stage chess matches, a “secret language” of special musical cues and a “Big Ball Jam” that allowed the audience to play the band. Phish’s ability to bounce between styles and don a variety of musical Halloween costumes mirrored a new generation of listeners who rebuffed traditional genre limitations in their personal playlists. While the idea of an eight-hour set to welcome the new millennium might sound exhausting, the business model that facilitated the pilgrimage of nearly 100,000 faithful to a Florida Indian Reservation to witness the spectacle remains a blueprint model of festival business success. The group’s management and support team consists of outliers and innovators whose work continues to resonate throughout the live entertainment industry. With over 50 interviews, season one of LMTR will shed light on a band who helped to pioneer an entire industry on many impactful and important levels, doing it their way.

Read more here on Variety or head over to the podcast page on Apple Music or Spotify.

“Long May They Run, Season One: Phish” will launch with two episodes on Sept. 18 on Apple Podcasts, RADIO.COM, Spotify and everywhere podcasts are available. New episodes will drop every Wednesday throughout the season.

UPDATE: the first NINE episodes are now live. Listen below.