Trash Boat have released a video for their new song ‘He’s So Good’, a concept piece about a young man who suffers from homophobia from his own family.
Vocalist Tobi Duncan had this to say of the song.
“Mercifully, my background is one of love and support. I come from a family who never expected me to be anything other than myself. I will always be thankful for that. I never felt the need to announce that I felt differently, because I didn’t feel different in a way that was upsetting me. I have a brother, a cousin and an uncle, all gay. No issues, just love. I too was interested in men the same way I was with women. I reserve my right to be attracted to any one human in the world regardless of their gender/orientation or whatever. Why box myself in? A label seems limiting. I just felt like me and felt comfortable being so with the support of my family and friends.”
The band are also donating proceeds from merchandise sales to AKT, a charity dedicated to helping LGBTQ+ youth at risk of homelessness in the UK.
You can check out ‘He’s So Good’ below.
You can find out more about AKT and the work that they do over at akt.org.uk.
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