Our eccentric former neighbor and psychedelic rocker Gibby Haynes will soon be the star of a documentary.

The Butthole Surfers, via Facebook

The Butthole Surfers, Texas born and raised experimental rock band, created their own space in the 80s and 90s music scene. At the beginning, bandmates included Paul Leary, Scott Stevens and, of course, Lake Highlands grad and lead singer Haynes.

Kurt Cobain and John Zorn were among some of the top music artists to tip their hats the band’s EPs and albums.

With the influence The Surfers’ have made on music, it was bound a documentary of their trippy antics would be in production. In December, director Tom Stern announced a feature-length documentary, The Butthole Surfers Movie, would be in the works after surpassing a $50,000 fundraising goal.

Stern’s credits include two Netflix titles: The Toys That Made Us and Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History. Noa Durban, a producer, will also help produce the film.

“They were radically inclusive weirdo pioneers who pushed the limits of artistic expression and lifestyle,” Stern and Durban told Deadline. “They lived on the edge – nomadic art-punk pioneers on an endless tour, blowing minds and spreading their art to a cult following.”

Unlike his puppeteer dad, Jerry Haynes, or Mr. Peppermint on WFAA in the 60s, Gibby and company were not family-friendly. Shows filled with urine bombs, nudity and explicit films in the background of performances kept The Surfers’ audience in awe.

No date has been confirmed yet for the documentary. In the meantime, check out the trailer below for a glimpse.