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Kingship's 'Wandering Sailor' is a Fantasia on Horny Gay Themes: VIDEO


Brooklyn-based rock duo KINGSHIP (Paul Leschen and Chris Hall) dropped a dreamy video for their track "Wandering Sailor" today, along with a hot and eclectic cast:

2_sailorFeaturing the best crew a captain could dream of: his Majesty the Gay Pimp himself Jonny McGovern and, as his sailor boytoy, Brad Cheyne; world-sensation and sensational Drew Droege (aka "It's recently come to my attention" Chloë Sevigny) as the Madam; super-talented Julie Goldman as the drag-king bouncer; the hilarious Tanya McClure as the one-eyed barmaid; beautiful sailorgirl Brandy Howard; badboy patron James Hawkins; Sebastian Thomas Johnson as the hunky backroom trick (real tats included); and dreamy Wandering Sailor, Jonah Wharton.

It's the band's first video clip, and I'd say quite a success.

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. The sailor didn't commit suicide--he fell backwards off the tower (and considering the fantasy nature of the video can we even really think he died?)

    Also, as for the Brad Davis spinning in his grave--you do know that Brad Davis commited suicide?

    Posted by: db | May 3, 2012 1:55:00 PM

  2. Great, all the comments on this site. More people who spend their lives sitting around at their computers or phones making nasty comments on people who are actually doing work. The internet is sad.

    Posted by: db | May 3, 2012 1:56:27 PM

  3. awful mixing. stupid retrogressive ending. and why is the singer pretending to be nora desmond? what a mawkish mess.

    Posted by: eric | May 3, 2012 3:27:26 PM

  4. BT: "Is this the Moldovian Eurovision entry?"

    BWHAHAHAHAHA! Totes funnee!

    And, yes... probably! (Though it's 1 min and some too long for Eurovision... but a quick cut of the instrumental bit and hey presto! Baku here they come!)

    Posted by: Perkin Warbeck | May 3, 2012 6:34:19 PM

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