Prom Date’s ‘Good Morning, Boyfriend’ Is a ‘Little Monsters’ Inspired Gay Synth Love Story: VIDEO

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New Orleans synthpop collective Prom Date has just released the video for their new single "Good Morning, Boyfriend," a gay love song of sorts. Bonus points go to the lead singer for being a really cute bear. 

The Truth About Music writes:

With its thick, bouncy bass, swirling effects, snappy percussion, solidly tight three-part harmonies and interweaving backing vocals, the track builds on the deliciously danceable synth pop of its predecessor ['X My Heart']. As for the video, the band pay homage to Little Monsters, using the 80′s comedy flick to drive home a message of self-acceptance.

Check out the video (and their first single too), AFTER THE JUMP

Prom Date’s full-length album Portraits is set for release August 5.

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  1. will says

    I’m sorry. If there’s any gay content in this, I must have blinked and missed it. Could somebody kindly point out the minutes and seconds where anything remotely gay took place?

  2. Will says

    wow. i lasted like 10 seconds with each one. the music was just awful. This sounds like that horrid 80’s music I learned about in school. no thank you.

  3. Joe in Ct says

    After that build up, I was expecting something much better. So I hung on for at least a full minute with hope it would get interesting. It didn’t. They were both pretty awful.

    Are these guys your friends? Or did they pay you to hype them?

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