Track: Man On Man – ‘It’s So Fun (To Be Gay)



MAN ON MAN have shared the new video for track ‘It’s So Fun (to be Gay)’ from their forthcoming selftitled debut album due 7th May via Polyvinyl Record Co. / Big Scary Monsters. The video features JD Samson, Patty Schemel (Hole), John Cameron Mitchell, Jibz Cameron (Dynasty Handbag), Heklina and more.

“We wanted “It’s So Fun (To Be Gay)” to feel organic and warm with a strong, universal message,” shares the band. 

“For the video we aimed to focus on our community. Getting through the hardships of the past year we leaned heavily on what we mean to each other in terms of support and understanding. We were in the middle of launching our Chosen Family project and had just finished linking people up for our pen pal program and sourcing art for our quarterly zine. We thought the best way to exhibit the joy in the song would be to have a video full of our chosen family – friends, peers, and heros. So, we asked friends to share their love and lives and these queer testimonials are what make up the bulk of the video. Our togetherness and bond is key to moving forward in these times especially and we aimed to capture that bond and essence, particularly with Gay Pride 2021 on the horizon. It felt fitting to donate the launch-day’s sales to Born Perfect, which is a non-profit whose mission is to end conversion therapy.“ 

A gentle song thats chilled out and full of joy thats infectious from the first spin. At the heart of the track is an important message, delivered with dreamy vocals that create a softly sung chorus thats begging to be taken up by fans every where.

Check it out, here

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MAN ON MAN Tracklist:
1. Stohner
2. Daddy
3. It’s So Fun (To Be Gay)
4. Beach House
5. 1983
6. Baby, You’re My Everything
7. Two At a Time
8. Lover
9. Please Be Friends
10, Kamikaze
11. It Floated

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