The Lithuanian government has banned a music video because it features a gay kiss. The award-winning band Skamp released their new song “Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow” along with a beautiful, yet simple, video in which a variety of diverse couples kiss.
“This song is about love,” Erica Jennings said. “I thought it should contain all types of relationships, regardless of age or sexual orientation.”
Broadcasters banned the video using a 2010 gay propaganda ban, similar to the one in Russia,
Skamp’s music spans decades, and the band has also been featured in Eurovision.