Today our friends in Rogue Wave released the video for their lovely cover of Pete Townshend’s “Let My Love Open the Door.” The track is from their latest release “Cover Me,” a quite wonderful covers album that consists entirely of Rogue Wave going back to their 1980s musical roots, influences, and mix tape favorites. Songs include The Cure’s “In Between Days,” The Cult’s “She Sells Sanctuary,” The Church’s “Under the Milky Way,” The Romantics’ ‘Talking In Your Sleep,” and many more 80s MTV classics. “Cover Me” is available for digital download or colored vinyl — pink or splatter paint, natch.
The video for “Let My Love Open the Door” was directed and edited by Jim Granato with color effects by Truckee Lynch.
“The idea for this video has been circling around my brain since we finished tracking it,” Zach Rogue says. “A fantasy about what I could tell my younger self if I had the chance.”
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IndieHouse supplied lighting & grip gear for the shoot, and inten Feneyda Guerrero PAed.