House of Air – Brendan Maclean

An anthropological study of gay semiotics, taxonomies, and sexual behaviours. Directed by Brian Fairbairn and Karl Eccleston (with apologies to Hal Fischer). Featuring Rowland, Harry Clayton-Wright, JD Dean, Drew Kingston, Brendan Maclean, Ashley Ryder

“One of the smartest, most compelling videos I’ve seen in years.” – HuffPost Queer Voices

“With ‘House Of Air’, Maclean is in many ways picking up where George Michael left off. Delivering queerness in its most unapologetic and honest form, it aims for the heart of a beige hetero-society and scores a direct hit.” – Hey-Nineteen

“While a vast majority of queer musicians fuss over packaging their music for mainstream and heterosexual audiences, House of Air does the complete opposite – celebrating a history that can’t simply be rolled in glitter.” – SameSame

“Unlike anything you ever watched on Youtube.” – Fucking Young