Maggie Rogers Waxes Nostalgic in Serene ‘Dog Years’ Video: Watch
One of the most exciting breakout artists of 2016 (thanks very much in part to a certain YouTube video featuring Pharrell that went viral), prodigious NYU music student Maggie Rogers follows up her enchanting summer hit "Alaska" with the video for "Dog Years" today, the artist's latest sweeping synth-pop single.
Directed by Zia Anger and filmed at a summer camp in upstate Maine, Rogers' nostalgia-inducing "Dog Years" is a serene visual that blooms gradually thanks to a palette of muted autumnal colors and a meandering, dream-like pace.
It's a graceful clip that reflects the earthy, cozy atmosphere of the track. Watch up top.
Rogers' debut EP, Now That The Light Is Fading, is due out February 17, 2017.
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