Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein will write and direct a forthcoming feature biopic of Heart that will be released via Amazon, according to the band’s frontwoman Ann Wilson in an interview with SiriusXM. The script is still a work in progress and the film hasn’t been cast yet — production has been slowed due to the pandemic — but it will follow Ann and her sister Nancy Wilson from childhood through the band’s rise to fame in the 70s and their comeback in the 90s.

This won’t be Brownstein’s first screenwriting endeavor — she recently teamed up with Annie Clark of St. Vincent for The Nowhere Inn, which was selected for the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. And as a fellow Pacific Northwesterner (also known for Portlandia), Brownstein definitely has the perfect background to capture Heart’s Seattle roots.