For up-and-coming pop artist Jakk Fynn, society's constructs surrounding gender, masculinity, sexuality and identity only serve to restrain acceptance. So, in his new video, he's tearing those constructs down.
On Wednesday (Nov. 13), Fynn unveiled the clip for "Fire" (premiering below), a pulsing electro-pop anthem where the singer takes on the limitations of binary thinking. In the video (directed by Maddy Talias and Meghan Luck), Fynn and an army of young people dressed in all-white jumpsuits are each labeled by unseen figures with either a circle or a triangle on their backs, and robotically placed with another person with the opposite symbol. But as the video continues, Fynn and his compatriots refuse their given labels by shedding their suits and start a dance party.