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'Just Missed The Train' By Wilson Knight: VIDEO


Gay artist Wilson Knight has a new indie-pop single for your listening pleasure: "Just Missed The Train". The slow ballad is an autobiographical account of Knight himself having had to move on from a past relationship that was once holding him back...though honestly the couple in the video seem pretty loving and stable, so there's a bit of dissonance present. And auto-tune; definitely feels like too much auto-tune.  

You can listen to the song and see if it speaks to you AFTER THE JUMP...


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Doug Locke Reminisces On Lost Love In ‘#ThisCouldBeUs’ - VIDEO


Out singer/songwriter Doug Locke today released a new music video that looks at how “once you give a person a piece of your heart, you never truly get it back.” The video for #ThisCouldBeUs opens with ‘Old Doug’ visiting what appears to be a sick friend, Brandon. But through a series of remembrances, we see that Brandon was also once Doug’s lover—back in the summer of ’69. 

Of the inspiration for the song, Locke told The Huffington Post: "We all have those former loves that, while life may have lead us in different directions, we find ourselves reminiscing over, daydreaming about what could have been.”

Watch as Doug and Brandon look back at what might have been, AFTER THE JUMP…


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Fences feat. Macklemore & Lewis - 'Arrows': VIDEO


The Seattle-based tattooed lumberjacks of indie group Fences have just released their album Arrows, getting a publicity boost by collaborating with "Same Love" duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. But you already knew that.

What you may not know is that they've released the music video for the song "Arrows", so if you've been on the fence (*rimshot*) whether or not the album is for you, you can check out the scrufftastic song and dance AFTER THE JUMP...


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Robyn and Röyksopp's 'Monument' Video is a Stunning, Hypnotic, 2014 Space Odyssey: WATCH


Robyn and Röyksopp exist in an otherworldly dimension in their new "Monument" video directed by Max Vitali and choreographed by Jefta Van Dinther which sees the trio on a lit up platter traveling through a dimensional, sometimes star-filled darkness.

Robyn calls the clip the "pretentious" representation of an "inner journey" into "the physicality of your body."



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Out YouTube Sensation Troye Sivan Releases His 'Happy Little Pill': VIDEO


Troye Sivan, who played young Wolverine in X-Men Origins and since coming out of the closet a year ago has continued to build a massive following on his popular YouTube channel, stirred up a sensation earlier this summer when he released his first single, a pulsing piece of electronic pop called "Happy Little Pill".

OwlSivan's followers have been eagerly anticipating the video to the single which Sivan just released. "Happy Little Pill" sits at the top of Billboard's "Trending 140" chart as of this posting.

Said Sivan on his Tumblr in a note accompanying the release of the clip:

Hiiiiiii guys!!
i’m soooo excited to be able to share with you the Happy Little Pill music videooooo! hope you punks like it and share it with your mates and make gifs of the radical owl. Making this video perfectly represent the song and it’s message was super important to me, and i hope you guys connect with it as much as i do. Also there is a hot boy in it playing soccer. enjoy!!

He has previously said of the track:

"It’s about loneliness and the different ways that people cope with the things that are going on in their lives."

Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...

If you missed Sivan's coming out clip a year ago, check it out here.


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Kiesza Covers Nirvana’s 'Heart Shaped Box': VIDEO

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Punky pixie siren Kiesza - whom we've mentioned a time or two - picked up her six string for a stunning acoustic cover of Nirvana's "Heart Shaped Box." She doesn't claim it the way Johnny Cash did Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt", but rather softens the harshness and dissonance to make it something hauntingly beautiful and different of her own.

You can listen to her performance and compare it to Nirvana's original AFTER THE JUMP...

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