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Nicholas Brown, who played the innocent, innocent Greg Hirsch of HBO’s “Legacy”, released a pop-punk song “Antibody” inspired by the coronavirus epidemic on Wednesday.
In May, Brown crowded the music video to call musicians to his Instagram page. In his post he previewed a few songs and asked people to send their own presentation of the song. He later accumulated something, ranging from punk rock to folk to electronically-synthesized interpretations. A video of “Sabrina’s Chilling Adventures” star Kiranon Shipkar has even turned it into a final cut.
The music video featured some of the clips initially shared, then Brown was shown the entire song outside with a face mask, hand sanitizer, guitar and microphone.
“I want a girl whose blood was found. I want a girl who is safe. I want to hold you in my arms and not be afraid to breathe. I’m patiently waiting I obey the rules, ”he told New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and California Governor Gavin Newsom during a coronavirus press conference to play the clip.
“If you’re within six feet it’s masked on, mask on, mask on, mask on, but if you get antibodies, it’s pants off, pants off, pants off, pants off,” he continued.
The video ends with Brown embracing a masked woman after locking her eyes. A message said that all proceeds from the song would go to health and community promotion and patient empowerment partners.
It’s been such a good week for Brown since he received his first Emmy nomination for his “legacy” role. Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Kieran Kulkin, Matthew McFadden, Sarah Snook, James Cromwell, Cherry Jones and Harriet Walter were among the 17 nominees who voted for the show.