Daisy Jones and The Six
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A rock 'n' roll love story unfolds in the trailer for Amazon's Daisy Jones & the Six series

Get ready to feel the music (and a lot of intense emotions!): Amazon Prime’s series adaptation of Daisy Jones and the Six is almost here.

Today, Prime Video dropped the full-length trailer for the series, which hits streaming March 3. Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s best-selling novel, the show follows a fictional rock band (heavily inspired by Fleetwood Mac) in ’70s Los Angeles as they start recording and performing with a singer-songwriter named Daisy Jones — and end up skyrocketing in their careers.

The trailer shows the band first connecting with Jones (Riley Keough) in a studio session, where she instantly butts heads with the Six’s frontman (Sam Claflin), as she challenges him to confront his feelings even more so while writing. It gives teases of the band becoming increasingly successful, and the domestic trouble that simultaneously starts to unfold for some of the band members. There’s also a tease of the original songs in the series, brought to life from the author’s lyrics by a handful of names, including Marcus Mumford.

Basically, for fans of the book, it looks like they should be in for a near-perfect, faithful adaptation, and fans of nostalgia, rock ‘n’ roll, and a good ole, melodramatic love story should be excited, as well. Watch the trailer below, and give a listen to the latest song from the series, “Look At Us Now (Honeycomb),” which also dropped today and follows-up “Regret Me,”  which arrived several weeks ago.