Russell Tovey in the video for the Pet Shop Boys' "A new bohemia," directed by Andrew Haigh.

Watch: Pet Shop Boys Debut Very Queer 'A New Bohemia' Music Video

Emell Adolphus READ TIME: 1 MIN.

The Pet Shop Boys is continuing their very gay renaissance with the release of the music video for "A new bohemia" off their recently released album "Nonetheless."

The music video stars none other than Russell Tovey, directed by "All of Us Strangers" auteur Andrew Haigh.

Tovey looks like the roller-disco daddy of our dreams as he explores the seaside Dreamland amusement arcade while Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe provide the vocals.

"We had a lovely sunny day in Margate filming this video with Andrew Haigh, fresh from his success with 'All of Us Strangers,'" said the Pet Shop Boys. "Thanks to Andrew and all concerned, in particular the many local residents who took part, including Russell Tovey and Tracey Emin."

According to a statement from Haigh, he equally had a good time.

"I have loved the Pet Shop Boys since the release of 'Please,'" said Haigh. "I have every album and have seen them play live many times over the years. Getting to make a music video with them has been a dream come true."

And together they made music video magic as the Pet Shop Boys continues their very queer-friendly era after releasing a very steamy music video for the song "Loneliness."

See the Pet Shop Boys' video of "A new bohemia" below.

by Emell Adolphus

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