Awww. This one will warm your queer heart.
Studies have shown that LGBTQ people own more pets than other folks, and many of us even prefer our four-legged fur family to our biological families! For some of us, the pandemic led to feelings of anxiety and loneliness as well as spending more time at home, so of course dog adoptions skyrocketed during Covid.
But sometimes even a fur baby can’t save a failing relationship. Openly gay singer/songwriter Christopher Sorensen just released his newest music video, “Rose Colors,” about a newly broken up gay couple who share custody of their beloved dog. But when their dog gets loose, the couple will have to work together to find him...and perhaps find their way back to each other in the process.
ABOUT CHRISTOPHER SORENSEN
Christopher is based in Los Angeles. “Rose Colors'' is the fifth single he’s released. His previous music video, “Way. Way. Back,” was an Official Selection in the QueerX Film festival. He also wrote the LGBTQ+ short film “Never Too Late,” which has over two million views on Youtube.
The single is available for purchase here: https://music.apple.com/us/album/rose-colors-single/1582918794
And for streaming here: