Christian rock singer released a video featuring gay kiss in church


Trey Pearson, lead singer of popular Christian band Everyday Sunday, who came out as gay last summer, showed that being gay does not necessarily go contrary being a Christian, and his new video, in which he locks lips with another man in church, confirmed it once again. The singer had previously been dropped by a Christian music festival over his sexuality and has been shunned by the anti-LGBT elements within the faith music world. This week, Pearson released a music video for his first solo single, Silver Horizon. The track doesn’t shy away from Pearson’s sexuality, portraying him kissing another man in front of an altar in a church, after a sermon from a preacher. There’s initially a stunned response to the kiss from the parishioners, before the entire congregation breaks out in applause, including the pastor. Speaking to Huffington Post, Pearson explains he wants the track to “bring hope to people who’ve felt that it wasn’t OK to be themselves”. He said: “[I] thought a lot about how much I wish, when I was younger, there would’ve been somebody that I looked up to. I hope people smile as much when they see [the video] as I do. Hopefully, it can help change people’s hearts on how they view same-sex relationships.”


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