Jack Vidgen releases cheeky new single PTSD

Jack Vidgen PTSD

Out and Proud singer Jack Vidgen has returned with a cheeky new single. 

Ahead of the upcoming Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Vidgen has dropped his new track PTSD

It’s the 4th track from Jack Vidgen in the last year and it’s as cheeky and racy as ever.

Jack Vidgen gets cheeky with single PTSD

PTSD is the latest single from Jack Vidgen as he continues to shed his squeaky clean image.

The single follows his previous passionate dance tracks.

Love My Lonely charted Jack and his rise to fame and the pain behind it.

Shortly after he revealed he had quit drinking alcohol.

While Pray and Goodbye have both chronicled his battle with drugs and alcohol.

So it’s not surprising that his latest release is anything but tame.

Sporting just a green G-string and a tennis racket Jack leaves nothing to the imagination in the single cover and neither do his lyrics.

“I wonder what you look like with your clothes off?”

While PTSD is more of a dance track, the lyrics are spicy and definitely catch your attention.

“I wonder what you look like with your clothes off?” He sings.

Continuing, “I wonder if your man knows that we’re taking hit and sucking dicks?”

“I wonder if we’ll see him later on?”

Whilst it’s not explicit in his lyrics, there’s an implication that PTSD refers to the experiences of his past partying habits.

The lyrics paint the picture of the dizzying confusion Jack had previously talked about his life before sobriety.

So whilst it might sound like a celebratory dance track, PTSD feels like a reclamation of the darker moments in like and the pain and suffering they caused him and those around him.

Jack Vidgen is again reclaiming his life through music.

We can’t wait to see what he turns our next.


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