Homophobia in the Music Industry Called Out in Matt Fishel's 'Radio-Friendly Pop Song': LYRIC VIDEO
We've featured out singer-songwriter Matt Fishel's music videos about young gay love and nostalgia ("The First Time") and repression, tradition, marriage, religion and celebration ("Testament") in years past and now Fishel's about to come out with a debut album featuring those songs and his new single "Radio-Friendly Pop Song".
I'm really excited about this song and I hope you enjoy it. It's about my (and others') experiences of the music and entertainment industries as an out gay artist, and the often-apparent homophobia that underpins them.
Radio-Friendly Pop Song is the 5th single from my debut album - 'Not Thinking Straight' - which will be released internationally in 3 weeks time, on 8th April. It's a blend of heavy guitars, big vocal harmonies and anthemic choruses, and contains 13 tracks that deal with themes and issues surrounding gay life, relationships and experiences.
Watch the lyric video for "Radio-Friendly Pop Song", AFTER THE JUMP...
Check out his earlier videos at the links above, and his website here.