Beyond The Sun just released their brand new single “Holding On To You” which is their debut single coming from their forthcoming two-part album, Shuffle, which part-one will be released on October 25th, with part-two dropping in Spring 2020. Now we have teamed up with the band to premiere the highly-anticipated music video for the single which you can watch below.

We spoke to the band on the concept for the new video and they told us, “This whole video concept came from Colin (our singer), we wanted to make an intensely sad video for a sad song. You’ll notice there are multiple shots throughout the video where the literal meaning of Holding On To You is displayed as well as the subtext of not wanting to let something or someone go. We are super proud of this video and we hope that the viewer feels something while watching this story unfold.”

The video was filmed and directed by David O’Donohue, who works with LANY, Russell Dickerson, Sasha Sloan and more. The video stars actress Alyssa Riley Burrell who has appeared in The Walking Dead, The Hunger Games and more as well as starring the band members themselves who consist of three tight-knit brothers, Colin on lead vocals, Phil on lead guitar and Dalton on drums.

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Watch the music video for “Holding On To You” below:

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