Left at London Celebrates Love in All Its Forms in 'Revolution Lover' Video: Watch

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Lily Roussel

Left at London

Indie pop singer Nat Puff, who performs under the moniker Left at London, wants the world to see that love cannot be pigeonholed into one particular thing. As a self-identified transgender lesbian herself, Puff knows that love and all its complications can come in the form of just about anyone or anything.

In her new video for “Revolution Lover” (premiering below), Puff displays just that — a series of small vignettes highlighting various different couples, from all parts of the LGBTQ spectrum, as the singer croons over a funky guitar riff that the world is getting better. “It’s gonna change, I can feel it coming/ And when it does, we’ll be side by side/ I know we’ll make it out of this one alive,” she sings.

The track appears on Left at London’s latest EP, Transgender Street Legend, Vol. 1, the artist’s most personal album to date. Throughout the record, Puff not only speaks about living her life as a transgender lesbian, but about living with borderline personality disorder. “I feel like the parts of my identity that come together the most are my lesbianism and BPD because both are so prevalent,” Puff said in a statement. “You’d think the trans thing would come up more often but it doesn’t. I think being trans came up so often in high school that it felt pat at this point.”

Check out Left at London’s brand new video for “Revolution Lover” below: