Singer-songwriter Eli Lieb says his new video for the single Young Love contrasts with Steve Grand's All-American Boy in that it is a celebration of young gay love.

All-American Boy, which received mainstream attention, tells a well-worn story of unrequited love, except the pairing in this video are two men. Grand's character falls hard for another young man. Despite sharing a kiss in a lake, the other man says he's just looking for friendship.

(Related: Steve Grand “blown away” by response to All-American Boy.)

Young Love, on the other hand, doesn't question sexuality. Its main character's advances are not rejected. Instead, it offers a bold look at two young men in love.

“When I was young in love when you were everything; we'd stay up and drink through the night; laying on the roof I put my hand on you; you said our love will never die,” Lieb sings over images of himself and another equally handsome man holding hands and sharing a kiss. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

In one scene, fireworks burst in the background as two young women kiss.

In an interview with gay glossy Out, Lieb contrasted his video with Grand's.

“Some people can relate to Steve Grand's video, because they are still closeted as is the lead character in the video, but for me, I wanna show the freedom of being who I am. I didn't set out to make a righteous statement with this video,” Lieb said. “It just so happens that one of my many characteristics is that I am gay. When it came time to shoot a video to this love song, I, of course, had to stay true to who I am in order to tell that story: I didn't flinch for a second.”