St. Vincent Raves with a Bunch of Sweaty Gay Men in New 'Fast Slow Disco' Music Video

Out singer St. Vincent just released new visuals for a reworked and more upbeat version of her song “Fast Slow Disco,” off her 2017 album Masseduction. The music video is extremely gay—but maybe not in the way you’d expect.

In “Fast Slow Disco,” the artist dances up against rowdy men in a gay nightclub. In another scene, she writhes around in a seemingly endless pile of gay men, donning a sports bra and shimmery eyeshadow.

Directed by Zev Deans, the homoerotic video’s timing is apt, as we near the end of Pride month. St. Vincent, also known as Annie Clark, wrote on Twitter, “Happy Pride. It was sweet of these boys to let me crash their party…”

The singer-songwriter said in a statement, “I always felt this song could wear many different outfits and live many different lives. Here she is in disco pants, sweating on a New York dance floor.”

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