Greg Gould delivers heartbreaking video featuring Hannah Conda

Singer Greg Gould has delivered a powerful new video alongside his version of En Vogue’s Don’t Let Go.

Gould takes the ’90s anthem and transforms it into something much more subtle that the American RnB group’s original.

The video shares a number of different stories about LGBTI people facing discrimination. It also includes an appearance by former Perth drag star Hannah Conda.

The video, which has strong themes, portrays several situations often faced by LGBTI people including physical assault, attempted suicide and family rejection.

There are some happy moments to, keep your eyes peeled and you’ll also clock an appearance from celebrity chef Julie Goodwin.

Greg’s new EP featuring this acoustic version, a dance remix from Dom de Souza, his take of Loreen’s Euphoria and a few other tunes, is available now on iTunes.

Check out the video for the song.

#DontLetGo – Greg Gould

Please WATCH + SHARE this short film music video. Download Greg Gould’s #DontLetGo EP here: Based on actual events. Together we can make our world a more equal place to love + live in…

Posted by Greg Gould on Thursday, February 9, 2017

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