“Symphony” is the new single from the electronic dance duo and Swedish pop star and features two black men in a homosexual relationship, seemingly inspired by the Oscar-winning movie.
It shows a loving romance between the two men which ends in tragedy after one them is killed in a road accident wile riding his bicycle.
It ends with the surviving man conducting the symphony Clean Bandit is playing and Zara is singing about, with his dead boyfriend’s ghost watching with a tearful smile.
The music video has nearly six million views on YouTube and people have been leaving mostly positive comments underneath, detailing how it has emotionally affected them.
“You know something’s great when it makes you smile and cry,” wrote one person.
“Clean Bandit, I can relate to it and I feel a special connection to the song… And it’s catchy too lol,” another person commented.
“Really made me cry :'(,” another fan wrote.
Many people praised the LGBT storyline which is not ten depicted in pop music videos.
A fan wrote, “I think it’s a beautiful emotional song, which completely respects the LGBT Community. I don’t have a problem with that. I thought it was a touching video. It doesn’t have any inappropriate scenes, or nudity, but if you people are complaining about the gay couple, then why are you watching this? I
“It’s one my favorites by Zara Larsson and Clean Bandit. Everyone deserves to be loved and cared for. This song and video have clearly shown that.”