LOS ANGELES — Pop-music-agitator Dorian Electra has released a new single and accompanying video for the track Sorry Bro (I Love You). The song was written back in January and shows off the artist’s skills as a musician, stylist and director.
Sorry Bro (I Love You) runs just a minute and a half, and was shot in Los Angeles, where Dorian Electra resides. Dorian and long-time collaborator Weston Allen created the video during the quarantine.
“We used an Arri Alexa Mini and an old Sony Handycam from 2008 or so,” says Dorian, who co-directed the project with Allen. Kevin Ulibarri shot the video, and Allen edited it using Apple’s Final Cut Pro X.
Sorry Bro (I Love You) marks Dorian Electra's first new solo music since the debut album Flamboyant. The single is the result of a Las Vegas writing camp and was written by Dorian and Mood Killer. For production, Dorian teamed up with one half of 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady, alongside Count Baldor to produce the song. The collaborative synergy is reflected in the music, with Renaissance-like harpsichord sounds, catchy pop hooks and alternative electronics providing a background to Dorian Electra's lyrics.