One of the more bittersweet cuts off Superfruit's breakout EP, Future Friends (Part One), just got an ultra-queer video treatment. "Worth It (Perfect)," a song reflecting on failed love that felt good and bad, sees pop duo Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying intimately allowing listeners in: "Went to hell and back," they sing. "But it was worth it."
The video follows two successful releases, "Imaginary Parties" and "Bad 4 Us," and strengthens Superfruit's growing reputation as a mainstream act pushing queer narratives to the forefront of music. In "Worth It (Perfect)," two young performers—a boy and girl—dance together wearing looks that explore gender fluidity. The boy sports glittery Gucci sunglasses and a matching dress and the girl a classic black suit, as they perform a love story together on stage.
Superfruit's promo photo for the visual, above, shows Grassi wearing the boy's hot pink look and Hoying the tuxedo—a smart, clever allusion to the vid's insanely cute narrative.
Watch "Worth It (Perfect)," below, ahead of Superfruit's Future Friends (Part Two) release on September 15.