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Watch the powerful LGBT music video that’s taking the internet by storm

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Greg Gould’s cover of En Vogue’s classic hit Don’t Let Go comes with a heart-wrenching short film.

The visual tackles discrimination same-sex couples have to endure, pulling together a number of real-life stories for a powerful narrative.

Since being posted to Facebook last week, the clip has been viewed more than 5 million times, with thousands of comments supporting its message.

Greg’s reworking of Don’t Let Go is haunting, and adds extra weight to the lyric “I won’t be satisfied till we’re taking those vows, together we can make it right.”

That’s especially powerful in his home country of Australia right now, as the campaign to legalise same-sex marriage continues.

Greg Gould’s new EP is the first he’s released independently and is available to download now.

It includes a straipped-down version of Loreen’s Eurovision anthem Euphoria, as well as his own original song Today.

Greg Gould first came to fame as the runner-up of Australia’s Got Talent.

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