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Real-life husbands Julian Morris & Landon Ross play soldiers in love in super queer ‘Dancing in Babylon’ music video

Pretty Little Liars alum Julian Morris, 41, and his artist husband Landon Ross, also 41, are making beautiful music together.After recently celebrating their 20th anniversary as a couple, the handsome duo have now joined creative forces to star in a new music video by indie pop duo MGMT featuring Christine and the Queens.In the ’80s-inspired power ballad “Dancing in Babylon,” Morris and Ross play a pair of lovelorn soldiers caught in a electro piano fever dream of video games, futuristic fashion, retro haircuts and totally tubular dance moves.Subscribe to our daily newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.A post shared by Julian Morris (@julianmorris)In the clip, Morris and Ross first appear as a despondent gaymer couple that find new zest for life and their relationship once they get transported into one of their war-torn video games. Main character energy!In addition to the military romance, the surreal visual trip also includes Ben Goldwasser and Andrew VanWyngarden from MGMT, Chris from the Christine and the Queens, Hedwig mastermind John Cameron Mitchell, and a turkey sandwich.“Creating the ‘Dancing in Babylon’ video with Chris and [director] Ray [Tintori] was a prodigious affair (love), requiring everyone involved to operate in six dimensions at once, all while simultaneously making a simple turkey sandwich with Dijon mustard,” MGMT told Rolling Stone.“The sandwich that emerged is a cosmic mille-feuille that would be presentable in most high-end French diners.”Bon appetit!The music video experience left an indelible impression on the couple.“Collaborating on the music video for one of our favorite songs in years has to be one of the coolest things I’ve ever done,” Ross wrote in an Instagram post.

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