Selena Gomez finally has new music for us! The singer released her music video, ‘Hold On’, from her upcoming film ‘Rudderless’. Singer Ben Kweller, who co-stars with Selena, performs this heartwarming single along with her. Click to WATCH!
Selena Gomez, 22, and Ben Kweller, 33, teamed up for “Hold On,” an amazing acoustic single from their film Rudderless. Throughout the video, Selena and Ben not only showcase their musical talents, but dramatic scenes from the movie also give us a preview of their acting chops. You’ve got to check out their sweet, sweet music video!
Selena Gomez Sings ‘Hold On’ In ‘Rudderless’
Selena and Ben serenade us in a cozy living room with they sing the following chorus, “Hold on, and suddenly you’ll find your way. Hold on, til yesterday is far away.” Seriously, this song is so sweet!
A fireplace burns in the background as the two sing this relaxed and sweet track. We never expected Selena and Ben to sound so good together! Their voices mesh so well! Director William H. Macy, 64, also makes a cameo in the clip!
And, maybe it’s a case of life imitating art, but the chorus in “Hold On” truly resonates with Selena’s current state of mind following her fall out with Justin Bieber, 20.
Selena tweeted the big news on Oct. 9 about her new music video.
Check out the music video for #HoldOn from @RudderlessMovie! See it in theaters, On Demand or on Digital October 17
— Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) October 9, 2014
We are looking forward to Selena Gomez’s return to the big screen! Based on clips from the movie, we can’t wait to see Selena show off her dark side in the musical drama.
Perhaps this is the most serious movie Selena has starred in to date. According to IMDB, Rudderless tells the story of a “father in a downward spiral [who] stumbles across a box of his recently deceased son’s demo tapes and lyrics. Shocked by the discovery of this unknown talent, he forms a band in the hope of finding some catharsis.” We can’t wait to watch!
Rudderless hits theaters Oct. 17! Will you see it in theaters?
— Jordyn Shaffer