Dreadful. I'll take PSB "Home and Dry" over this any day: http://youtu.be/CZIRMdVZWGo
Posted by: MARCUS BACHMANN | Jan 16, 2013 12:09:32 PM
Nice video to a great song. Whole CD is wonderful, too.
Posted by: Steven B | Jan 16, 2013 12:28:44 PM
Little heavy on the synth... and fairly mediocre. Seems more like an excuse for the singer to grope on that hunky fella than an actual video ;)
Posted by: Dan | Jan 16, 2013 12:39:01 PM
It's a throw away song with a generic gay vibe. Guys are cute, but those looks are so played out as to be dated.
I do appreciate people putting stuff out there. Also like being able to critic it given that they are asking for it to be viewed.
Posted by: Todd | Jan 16, 2013 1:16:40 PM
If you truly love someone you wouldn't tell them to meet you in Times Square.
Posted by: TL1878 | Jan 16, 2013 1:34:59 PM
If he's going to touch his headphones one more time, I'm going to rip them out of his ears. A tad mediocre and yes, "Home and Dry" for the antidote. He should have used real (sounding) instruments instead of the sethin synths.
Posted by: Paul | Jan 16, 2013 2:30:57 PM
@TL1878. Agreed! He would come to my house so we can f*#k and snuggle. Can't really say hello in the middle of Times Square :)
Posted by: Lucas | Jan 16, 2013 5:04:13 PM
eww no body meets in times square! ... but the song is fun regardless. Slightly catchy.
Posted by: reality | Jan 16, 2013 5:20:04 PM
Hey rock fans who want to barf at this - check out Michael Van London's "Sound of an Amp" or "Feel Love". Michael does the soundtrack to Chris Colfer's new movie Struck By Lighting and is a guitar wielding Rock Savior. Videos are fan submissions.
SOUND OF AN AMP - MICHAEL VAN LONDON
FEEL LOVE - MICHAEL VAN LONDON
Lame, boring, mediocre music skills, no talent wanna be's....nobody dresses like that unless they are ghetto trash, 2 really ugly guys...hairy and I bet they smell like BO......gross.
Who meets in Times Square? Ewh...as if.
This is why many Americans think gay men are deviant scum...they see crap like this and associate them to the majority of gays.
I like the video. It's still far more refreshing than it should be, to see someone include actual same-sex themes in a video. Do we even get one per month, of all the thousands?
And I like the tune. I find the synth to be exactly the right thing.
But I can't understand the words. What does "your hardtop's through sofa weight oh no oh oh" mean? (not joking, I don't get it)
Posted by: Randy | Jan 17, 2013 3:27:46 AM
Posted by: Alan | Jan 17, 2013 8:39:15 AM
Wonderful to be here and see your inarticulate posts.
Posted by: LOL | Jan 17, 2013 5:26:47 PM
i'm kind of blown away by the nastiness of most of the comments here. i don't know this artist or anyone involved with this video, but i think it sounds pretty decent for someone who's self-taught and doing all this on a shoestring [at least that's what i'm getting from his websites]. if i were him i would be gutted by these comments. seems to me that gay culture could be more supportive of its own by this point. i wish him success and fulfilment and growth. you too, guys.