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‘The Doors’ have just retweeted the BAYC Otherside teaser


The official Twitter account of the legendary American rock band ‘The Doors’ shared the teaser for BAYC’s Otherside. The band’s song ‘Break On Through (To The Other Side)’ was notably included in the teaser trailer’s viral nature.

The Doors’ renowned song was an obvious choice for BAYC.

If you were one of the many who saw the trailer for BAYC’s new film, Otherside, you may have found yourself nodding along to the classic rock music that accompanied it. Numerous viewers will surely recognize the melody, even if they are unfamiliar with the whole title.

That’s because the music included in the BAYC Otherside teaser is one of the most iconic songs ever written by The Doors, one of the most influential rock bands of all time. The song was really the first track of The Doors’ self-titled debut album, which was released in 1967.

The song’s title and lyrics make it a no-brainer for the BAYC Otherside preview. Additionally, some fans and music historians see The Doors as one of the era’s most significant countercultural icons. Many BAYC holders, as well as general NFT fans, may concur with this assessment.

The Otherside tweet was very certainly included in the BAYC team’s licensing agreement with the owners of The Doors’ publishing rights. In any case, many BAYC holders who reacted to the tweet expressed joy. Indeed, The Otherside’s trailer was very certainly re-posted, exposing it to a whole new audience.

However, a few readers were quick to point out the little error in the repost. To be clear, the statement refers to the Twitter account @apecoindao, which has 31 followers but is now unfollowed. As Yuga Labs indicated in its first Tweet, the poster most likely intended to include the hashtag @apecoin.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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