The Downfall of Doma with Bonhom’s Free My Love!

Celebrate the historic “Downfall of Doma” with Bonhom’s “Free My Love” single and music video! The release date honors the 44th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots coinciding with Gay Pride months worldwide.

Like the stand gay rights activists took at Stonewall, this single advocates for freedom to love for all people. “Won’t you free my love?” vocalist James Coleman sultrily sings as the music video takes your breath away just like falling in love. The video features stunning time lapse shots of the natural world by Blake Ciulla. Majestic mountains, lush forests, and sensual sunsets capture the mystery and passion that is love. Set to Diwon’s trance-like, transcendent big beats, this orchestrated pop song is a stirring anthem for love for all.

“Free My Love” is the next in a series of singles from Bonhom’s forthcoming EP, titled #BNHM. Their past two singles, “Live for Now” and “NYE,” were remixed by Dubstep duo Neutron, composed of Hollywood producers Laze & Royal, responsible for some of the hottest songs by Tyga, The Game, Chris Brown, Ke$ha, and more.

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