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Parson James, Wrabel, VINCINT – Oh Love

“Oh Love” features three incredible LGBTQ+ artists Parson James, Wrabel, and VINCINT.

The three blend beautifully, bringing a story and message to life in a powerful and heartfelt way. The harmonies are amazing and each artist is as magnificent solo as they are together.

Not only is it an fantastic song, but it’s also for a great cause! ALL PROCEEDS benefit Dan Reynolds’ LoveLoud Foundation who’s mission is to end LGBTQ+ youth suicide, so listen on repeat!

In their words:
This song means so very much to us. Three queer men from different walks of life able to sing together on a song about something we all have experienced. Feeling excluded and alone. So many times our lives growing up and even as adults we have had those feelings of being out of place/not belonging and so many other people around the world have to experience that every day as well. Living in LA or NY it’s easy to feel comfortable. It’s easy to wear what you want and express yourself however you want. It’s accepted, even celebrated. But in so so many places that is not the case. And we must never forget that . This song is meant to let those people know that they are not alone. It’s about love above all & We are so happy to involve Dan Reynolds’ LoveLoud organization who’s mission is to end LGBTQ+ youth suicide. All proceeds go to the organization in hopes to end this epidemic.

Nathan Irving
Nathan Irving (aka Nate Flaks) is a writer for WFNM & 1/2 of the electronic indie-pop duo Sleeping Lion.