LA-based Paper Jackets share a new reimagined version and video for their single “Miss You (Too).” Melodically, the band takes on a more acoustic turn that gives a fresh and intimate touch to the song. The video, directed by Alexander Nikishin and Hayden Warner, features the band in Joshua Tree National Park where we get to see them soak on the isolated beauty of the desert landscape. Watch below:
On the song, the band explained: “You can’t call it just a remake if it feels like a new song altogether. Looking back at the song as a whole and forward to this acoustic version we’ve gotten a chance to relive the emotions we all share around the world of missing our friends and wishing we all had a little more time. There’s a hopeful melody and a hopeful chorus that echoes in our hearts when we hear it and we know you’ll feel the same.”
Paper Jackets formed back in 2016 and are comprised of James Mason (vocals), Emily Dickinson (keyboard, live backing vocals), Jonny Vesely (guitar), Miles Franco (bass, live backing vocals), David Allen (drums) and Aimee Proal (vocals). They released their EP Don’t Lose Your Head in 2018 and have opened for other artist such as Bishop Briggs and X Ambassadors. Keep them under your radar for more drops from the band in the upcoming months.
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