Billboard Magazine reports:
With their brand new music video for their track “It’s Alright, It’s OK,” pop singer Bright Light Bright Light and indie star Caveboy shifted the focus away from themselves. Instead, the entirety of the new clip focuses on New York drag performer and activist Glow Job, as she puts her makeup on while social distancing in her apartment.
As the song kicks up into its full disco-anthem glory, Glow Job appears, fully formed on the rooftop of her apartment building for a special solo show. “It’s alright, it’s OK/ Break the silence, break the chain,” Rod Thomas wails towards the end of the song.
Bright Light recently toured with Elton John.