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Is singer Brendan Maclean’s new music video just porn? [NSFW]

Is singer Brendan Maclean’s new music video just porn?
Brendan Maclean in his video for House of Air

Brendan Maclean swears the new music video for his song House of Air was not made to shock people despite Facebook removing it only hours after its release.

Released on Monday the video was inspired by the Hal Fischer’s iconic 1977 book, Gay Semiotics.

The book was ‘a photographic study of visual coding among homosexual men’ and shed light on the secret codes gay men – especially in the S&M communities – use to communicate sexual preferences.

For example a yellow hanky hanging in someone’s left back pocket indicated an interest in ‘piss play’.

London based filmmakers, Brian Fairbairn and Karl Eccleston, directed the video which takes a turn when it shows unsimulated sex acts between the actors in it.

The acts shown include; fellatio, anal penetration, anilingus, urolagnia and the video’s pièce de résistance coprophilia. Maclean is seen lying on the ground as an actor defecates on his face.

‘One of the them (actors) asked me if I was doing this just for shock… and I had to really reconsider why I was I doing it,’ Maclean told MaleSpace.

‘Yes it is shocking, but it’s not just designed to shock. It’s more than that, it’s a story, it’s an art piece, it’s an exploration of queer history.

‘And the most important thing I didn’t want to do was repackage it for a straight audience to make it easier.’

Brendan Maclean: independent artist

Born in Sydney, the 29-year-old is an independent musician and performer with a long resume including a role in Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby.

House of Air is the opening track off Maclean’s seventh muscial release, Funbang1.

Maclean was clear he did not want his video to be ironic or for it to be filled with innuendo.

‘I suppose I don’t watch this in a sexual way, there are sexual things happening but it’s more about the wider statement of queerness,’ he said.

‘I’m fascinated by how queerness evolved over time. That’s what this video was, it’s naughty secret language and showing this thing with disregard with what the rest of the world thinks about it.’

With a vintage feel true to the Gay Semiotic’s original aesthetic, the music video was shot simply but packs a punch in its representation of gay sex. A deliberate move by Maclean and the directors.

‘People artistically are thinking on more extreme levels because everything is extreme right now,’ Maclean said.

‘You can’t go on Facebook or Twitter without that wall of depression, it gives me anxiety when I read it all, wondering what the hell I can do.

‘We’re trying to say you found us disgusting anyway, you find the fact that I like men disgusting.

‘What’s really grosser for people? Piss play or the fact that Muslims can’t get into America even if they have a green card?

    ‘What do you really find scarier about the world right now? Is it Trump or me getting pooped on my head?’

Maclean said he can be nothing but proud of the story which tells the story of how people struggled to talk about sex.

‘I guess people are seeing something they wanted to see and have wanted to for a very long time,’ he said.

‘Frank sex is in front of you, it makes you laugh, it looks beautiful and overall it’s overwhelmingly gay.

‘And people are tired of gay sex being made heteronormative and repackaged for a straight audience.’

House of Air’s surprise, but no so happy ending

The singer’s commitment to his art was apparent when in the final shot of the day during the defecation scene, Maclean got more than he bargained for when more than the stunt faeces fell onto his face.

‘That butt belonged to Ashley Ryder who was the fisting bottom (in the video), and we had done it three times,’ Maclean said.

‘It’s fake poo coming out of a real butt, but you can imagine after being fisted and having poo jammed into you that there’s a fair bit of a residual up there.

‘Then I felt this sensation come across my face, I just knew I had to keep that face, one final exclamation mark at the end… it couldn’t end on a flaccid ending, it had to be a huge exclamation at the end, a huge ejaculation at the end.’

‘I think that dedication is what makes it more than just shock.’

Brendan Maclean the consummate professional.

Watch House of Air (obviously it’s very NSFW):

 

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