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An orgasm worth singing for

A Dutch girl band filmed themselves getting off while trying to sing in their new music video.

Orgasms on film are rarely silent. They’re generally pretty loud, in fact. A Dutch girlband named ADAM is trying to change all that with their latest music video.

In it, three of the band’s five vocalists are filmed on a black background, doing their best to hit the right notes and sing the right words to their song ‘Go to Go’… while some kind of vibrating device distracts them below the camera's view.

It makes for some rather interesting viewers, or so the more than 8 million people who’ve already watched it on YouTube might argue.

The band members were interviewed by Vice’s music channel Noisey, and although they wouldn’t reveal just where that vibrating sound originated, all three agreed, “It requires a lot of focus, your voice goes all over the place, so you have to focus on your voice as well as the other stuff that’s going on in your body.”

The video was inspired by artist Clayton Cubitt’s YouTube series ‘Hysterical Literature’, where women are filmed in a similar fashion, but instead of singing they are reading a passage from their favourite book.

“It was so brilliant to see women looking vulnerable and beautiful, it was honest. It was a beautiful way of showing a woman’s sexuality,” says Anna of their inspiration.

Adds band mate Ava, “It’s not like we’re dancing half naked in front of a camera or the video, it shows what is really happening to us.”

It’s already triggered a parody video from YouTube jokesters BackpackersTV, which sees men performing the task instead (with very different results):