This October, OUT traveled to Toronto to go behind the scenes on rising queer pop sensation Ria Mae's new music video. "Hold Me" is an heartfelt, emotional track about coming together in a time when the world is more divided than ever, featuring Frank Kadillac of Neon Dreams, who co-wrote the song with Mae. Born from a conversation about maintaining positivity in the face of the current political climate, Mae explains that "Hold Me" is about "how easy life used to feel when we were young and how anxious a lot of our peers seem to be right now. The song is just an honest depiction of how this year is making us feel."
Stay tuned for our exclusive premiere of the "Hold Me" music video next week.