"They’re right though it *is* wild when gay people kiss."
The Daily Mail have probably never seen a happy, married couple kiss.
The fact has been proven by their outlandish take on Cub Sport members and married couple Tim Nelson and Sam Netterfield having a little smooch on the Grammys red carpet.
The Daily Mail reported on the incident stating, "Wild moment members of Aussie pop band Cub Sport passionately kiss on the Grammys red carpet."
Cub Sport saw the HUGE news and replied on Facebook saying, "They’re right though it *is* wild when gay people kiss," with some MIND BLOWING emojis.
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Way more importantly, Cub Sport will be releasing their fifth album Jesus At The Gay Bar on Good Friday (the 7th of April).
The album title stems from Jay Hulme's poem of the same name and follows journeys through shame and towards joy, celebration and pure euphoria. The Brisbane band engage in 2-step and UK garage music as influences, all the while embracing fragility and tenderness.
Their latest single Keep Me Safe is a dance track with a dreamlike haze over it and closely follows previously released singles Always Got The Love and Replay.
"I wrote Keep Me Safe about a euphoric but complicated time," Nelson offered about the song's inspiration.
"Shedding some light on it now feels like I’m validating my younger self and celebrating the magic in something I was so ashamed of at the time."