Riotron Shares ‘I’m Sorry’ Music Video
Canadian retro wave popstar Riotron, the brainchild of singer/songwriter Jeff Fettes, has just shared the official music video for his 80s-inspired electro-pop song I'm Sorry.

In the delightfully bizarre Tony Corella-directed video, Riotron goes to couples therapy...with America! Featuring comedian Tom Green as Riotron’s therapist, this unforgettable short film stars a singing Martin Luther King Jr. Monument, a line-up of drag king Presidents, and the fiercest Statue of Liberty you’ve ever seen. Check it out below!

Speaking about the song/video, Riotron said,
I originally wrote the song because of the division in my family over American politics. I wanted the video to reflect that division, but also how fierce and enduring the USA is.
According to director Tony Corella,
The deceptively simple concept that ‘I’m Sorry’ puts forward feels like a great canvas to play against the current political landscape— without having to draw any party lines. In a time of global suffering, I’m not sure if there’s a better message.