Indie rock band FUN. has endorsed the You Can Play Project, which works to end discrimination and homophobia in sport.

The campaign on Monday released a video featuring band members Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost and Jack Antonoff.

“If we weren't musicians, the thing I would want to do most is be a professional basketball player,” Ruess says in the 90-second clip.

“I would love to play golf everyday,” Dost says.

“I played a lot of baseball growing up in New Jersey and I was on the all-star team,” Antonoff says. “It turns out, I wasn't as good as I thought I was, but I love sports. … We always say, at a FUN. show we're all equal.”

Ruess adds: “Everyday we make a choice to do the right thing. Make a choice to respect talent, art and skill in your game, in your music, or whatever your passion might be.”

“If you can play, you can play,” all three say. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)