Watch: Gay soldier defends man in emotional Brick + Mortar video
If you're a fan of a rousing alt-rock number with an emotional kicker of a video, allow us to introduce you to the latest release from US duo Brick + Mortar.
The New Jersey duo have just released the visual for their latest single Hollow Tune, which sees an out gay US solider seek acceptance from his brothers in arms, only to return and defend a man from a homophobic assault at home.
The band told Out: "We make music for people who believe in equality and acceptance for everyone regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or belief.
"This song was written about love to say: 'You're not alone, I'm not alone,' to the one you love. Love is love period.' "
Watch the video for Brick + Mortar's Hollow Tune below:
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