Lakeshore is taking on a classic Puddle of Mudd song.
The band debuted the video for its cover of Puddle of Mudd’s hit song ‘Blurry‘ over the weekend. The video mixes footage of front man Jesse Doran singing the song with various other shots, such as rain on a window, an empty building, and a series of random video images presented in fast motion.
Lakeshore’s take on the song stays largely true to its source material, but also gives the song a take that lends itself to comparisons to works from Linkin Park. Doran’s vocal delivery is even itself comparable to the late Linkin Park front man Chester Bennington here.
Lakeshore guitarist Ben Lionetti talked about the genesis of Lakeshore’s cover of the song in a recent interview.
“I had a few wild nights with [Puddle of Mudd frontman] Wes [Scantlin] while I was living in LA. When Jesse (Doran) and [fellow Lakeshore member] Joe [Lionetti] asked if I wanted to cover “Blurry”, I thought cool dude, cool band, epic song,” he said. “Hope y’all dig it”
‘Blurry’ is just the latest single from Lakeshore. The band debuted the video for its own original single, ‘History‘ last month. The band debuted the video for another single, ‘Mountain View‘ in March.
Along with all of this, the band recently released a video tour of its Loud Lion Studios on May 5. Doran led the tour.
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