Hello, you’re going to love this. With way out sensibility, the Doors’ “Hello, I Love You” track was a 1968 pickup banger, but the song actually predates the Doors themselves. In 1965, Jim Morrison spotted a girl walking in Venice Beach and was so smitten, the first thing Morrison did when he arrived home was write a poem about it. That poem became a song that the pre-Doors group, Rick And the Ravens, recorded a demo for. Three years later, the Doors brought the song back and turned it into a wild, unhinged hit. Morrison’s sense of urgency and the band’s psych rock is what elevated it to where we didn’t know we needed it. And after “Hello, I Love You”, the Doors would only have one other No. 1 hit. So, take a page out of Morrison’s book and visit your current vault of classics — think you’ll also feel the need to update and freshen things up a bit with this poster style graphic that has just the right mix of something special.
Made from 100% cotton, with a perfect hand feel and worn in look
An intentionally oversized tee, made from a heavier loose knit cotton jersey with a classic crew neckline and slightly longer sleeves - perfect for cuffing. Made to fit you big, there’s no need to size up to achieve your borrowed from the boys look.
Made by your team of Daydreamers, in Los Angeles
Size small measures chest width: 19 3/4" length: 26"