Music in films isn’t what it used to be. Now, sure, we get the occasional musical these days. However, especially in terms of Original Songs and soundtracks, it’s comparatively a wasteland. The days of hit songs going on to win Oscars is a thing of the past. So, whether it ends up an Academy Award nominee or not, seeing “Hearts Beat Loud” put this sort of music into the cinematic world is an utter delight. We’ve already raved about the movie in our review, spoken to filmmaker Brett Haley, and given high praise on the podcast. So, of course the debut of a music video for the flick would be something we’re all about!
Yes, an official music video for “Hearts Beat Loud” has been dropped. Featuring the song that gives the film its name, it works as a perfect taste for what the whole thing is. The song is by Keegan DeWitt, one of the best composers and writers of original music in the business. Co-written and directed by Haley, “Hearts Beat Loud” features Kiersey Clemons and Nick Offerman making beautiful music as a family unit. Co-starring Toni Collette, Blythe Danner, Ted Danson, Sasha Lane, and more, it’s one of the year’s best. Give the video a look below and use it as a reason to smile. If you’re looking for a pick me up, this should do the trick. Considering what has been in the news this week, it’s probably required.
Here’s the “Hearts Beat Loud” official music video:
“Hearts Beat Loud” is currently in theaters, with an expansion planned this weekend. If you haven’t gotten a chance to see the movie yet, your opportunity is coming. This is one not to miss.