Come on, baby, light my fire. By the beginning of 1967, The Doors were well established members of the Los Angeles music scene. But it was the follow-up release from their debut album in 1967, ‘The Doors’, that would become their first bona fide smash. Earning the top spot in the Billboard Hot 100 list in July of ‘67, “Light My Fire” transformed the legendary group from local cult favorite into international stars and avatars of the 60’s counterculture. Featuring a psychedelic, playful graphic, this oversized long sleeve is a progressive and positive force that resembles psychedelic rock concert poster art used by the group. A tender yellow, colorful force that will keep ushering you into the other side.