Yellowstone star Luke Grimes has release his new track titled “Hold On,” produced by Dave Cobb and co-written by Foy Vance and Ilsey Juber. “Hold On” follows Grimes’ previously released singles, “Oh Ohio” and “No Horse To Ride, ” which will all be featured on Grimes’ upcoming debut album.
Grimes shared in a press release why he gravitated toward “Hold On,” saying the song has become one of his personal favorites: “‘Hold On’ has become one of my favorite songs on the (upcoming) album. Foy Vance is one of my favorite current songwriters, and although he and I couldn’t get together in person, I knew I wanted him to be a part of this album. He had this song that had not been cut, and I immediately fell in love with the words; I felt so connected to it. It’s a familiar feeling, the fear of falling too deeply for someone because you could ultimately get hurt. I think it’s a universal feeling for anyone who has had their heart broken.”
Grimes plays the role of Kayce Dutton on Yellowstone, and got his start in music, playing drums, guitar, and piano in church with a father who worked as a Pentecostal pastor. The 39-year-old actor announced earlier this year he was embarking on his country music career with a simple post on Instagram: “New music coming very soon…,” alongside a set of black and white photos.
Take a listen to “Hold On” – here.
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