First off, let me start off by saying this video will make you feel nostalgic even if you don't have anything to feel nostalgic about. The gloomy yet mystical atmosphere of a Maine campground paired with gorgeous pan-ins of the surrounding lake and trails will leave you wishing you went to summer camp in your younger years. And if you did, you'd be missing them all over again.
The Maryland-native Maggie Rogers
released her newest music video for "Dog Years" - a follow up from her Pharrell-approved single "Alaska." Rogers dances whimsically in a pair of black boots, hip-hugging mom jeans, a simple red sweater, and a microphone you'd find yourself singing into when you were a little girl. Simplistic and yet all the more ethereal, Rogers proves to us that she just gets better and better.
"'Dog Years' is about a day I skipped class to stay in bed and make frozen pizza with a boy I loved," Rogers shared via social media. The recent NYU graduate also stated that the track is about "trusting the universe, about being a good friend, and never having enough time."