Watch this girl group’s orgasmic new music video

Dutch group, ADAM, sings their catchy tune, and the music and (band) reaches a surprising climax (almost NSFW) VIDEO

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Watch this girl group's orgasmic new music video

Talk about music bringing pleasure. This week the Dutch electronic dance music group, ADAM, posted a stimulated version of their song “Go to Go.” They took the EDM standard of building a pulsing musical climax quite literally.

In the video three of the five band members try to sing straight faced, while simultaneously being stimulated by a sex toy. (You can hear the faint buzzing throughout the song.) Needless to say the catchy song ends in a torrent of heavy breathing and giggles.

The video in itself is pretty darn innovative. Whether they meant it or not, it is a very different view of female sexuality than the one usually portrayed in music videos, which either hyper-sexualize pop-stars or use women as props.



Of course, that hasn’t stopped some websites from dripping with voyeuristic icky-ness when talking about the video. One publication wrote:

“We might have to watch it 20 or 30 more times to be sure. Either way, it’s one of the sexiest videos we’ve seen since Shakira writhed around in a shower a few years back.”

Ew. Get a grip dude. The video can be viewed below:

h/t Nerve

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