Melbourne drummer-turned-singer G Flip has celebrated hot and heavy queer lust in the video for their new track Scream.
The non-binary musician (above right) released the music video for the song this week, featuring couples in various stages of play.
“There’s no hiding the fact that this song is about sex,” G Flip – real name Georgia Flipo – explained.
“This is my horniest song to date.
“I was super stoked to get [American singer] UPSAHL on the track. She is an absolute legend and a great musician and we had a lot of fun with it.
“To my family… probably don’t watch the clip cause it gets a bit too raunchy.”
G Flip explained growing up, they only saw “heterosexual intimacy” in sex scenes.
“[It] made me wonder what was wrong with me, because I could never connect to that singular idea of how sex was presented,” they told the Advocate.
“Looking back on my life, I know that by seeing queer sex narratives in the media I could’ve avoided so much confusion and self-hate.
“My music and my visuals are a representation of what I wish I had when I was a very confused kid struggling with gender and sexual identity.”
Watch G Flip’s video for Scream below:
G Flip reveals they’re non-binary
Earlier this year, G Flip came out as non-binary in a social media post, explaining they’ll use they/them pronouns going forward.
“I’m non-binary motherf__kers!” they wrote in June.
“Big props to those who have been educating and advocating for the ENBY community the last few years.
“Looking into what it means to be non-binary had me realise that that’s who I’ve been my entire life.
“Gonna use they/them pronouns from now on too.
“I’m still the exact same person. Non-binary is just the best way to explain who I am and how I’ve always felt, like a gender smoothie.”
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