Indie band Brick + Mortar released a heartfelt video for their new single “Hollow Tune” that features a gay veteran stopping a hate crime at a bar. The band says they wrote the touching song to emphasize that no one is alone.
Blurred Films, who produced the video, said they went through three scripts before settling on the story of the video, which was inspired by comments from people stating how the song’s message moved them.
“We make music for people who believe in equality and acceptance for everyone regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or belief. This song was written about love to say, ‘You’re not alone, I’m not alone,’ to the one you love. Love is love period.’ “
Watch Brick + Mortar’s “Hollow Tune,” set to a moving video, below: