Turn Your Heart is out now!
Image: Seamus Platt.
Brisbane-based indie-rock quartet Dopamine recently dropped their new track, Turn Your Heart. To celebrate the release, the band have shared with MILKY their five favourite jackets worn by other artists.
“This song was pieced together quite quickly. I was messing around with old 70's drum samples, and I came across this one that stuck out to me. So, I started jamming out on guitar over the drum loop, and out of nowhere, I started playing the lead guitar line. The rest of the song just fell into place after that. We tracked the whole thing live, so what you hear on the recording is just us four, in the same room, playing the song together. It's the first time we did it this way, and I think it sounds a lot more exciting because of it. The lyrics are about a situation I was going through at the time, and I was in a relationship that wasn't working out. When I showed it to the band, I wasn't too sure what they'd think because the lyrics were so specific to my life at that point that I thought it'd be a bit too personal. They ended up loving it, though!” frontman Fin Miller shares of the track.
KURT COBAIN - MTV UNPLUGGED (1993) THE GREEN CARDIGAN
A green cardigan that Kurt Cobain wore in Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged set has become a legendary piece for fans. The acoustic performance is widely considered one of their best and most notable, occurring only a year before Kurt’s death. The sentimental value of this cardigan was put into dollars in 2019 when it sold at auction for $334,000 (US).
THE BEATLES - ROOFTOP SHOW (1969) RED JACKET
Ringo Starr’s red jacket worn during the filming of The Beatles’ rooftop concert belonged to his wife Maureen but Ringo wears this with confidence. Throughout the Get Back documentary, Ringo stands out, often wearing some of the loudest, yet refined outfits including this red jacket.
FREDDIE MERCURY - QUEEN LIVE AT WEMBLEY (1986) THE YELLOW MILITARY JACKET
Carrying on from their massive success at Live Aid in 1985, Queen went on to perform their final and largest run of shows. Photographed at Wembley Stadium in 1986, performing to a sold out 72,000 people he wears a yellow military jacket, portraying an image of strength and pride.
PRINCE - BBC RADIO 1 STUDIOS IN LONDON, APRIL (1987) BIG KNIT JACKET
Prince was ahead of trends by a couple decades with this thick knit jacket, now being a commonality. This jacket stands out, the unique collar and heart shapes on the sleeves make a sleek, yet creative aesthetic.
Image: Supplied by band
LIL NAS X – BUZZFEED’S INTERNET LIVE (2019) THE HOLOGRAPHIC COWBOY JACKET
Lil Nas X pays tribute to the song that launched him into fame ‘Old Town Road’. The holographic cowboy jacket nods to the Western cowboy themes of the hit song and video while its unique sparkle represents the direction in which he is taking his brand and music.
Turn Your Heart is out now!