Music

Selena Gomez Steals a Car in Her "Back to You" Music Video

“You could break my heart in two. But when it heals, it beats for you.”

By
2,457 Hypes

Selena Gomez Steals a Car in Her "Back to You" Music Video

“You could break my heart in two. But when it heals, it beats for you.”

Last month, Selena Gomez released her track “Back to You” as a part of the 13 Reasons Why soundtrack, and now the singer has returned with an official music video for the song. The video sees Selena and a guy at a party, deciding to steal a car and go on an adventure. Following the couple on their journey, we see the singer express a wide range of feelings. The video features yellow subtitles throughout, as well as quirky scenes in true Selena fashion, adding a whimsical feel to the vibrant video. Although the song is catchy and upbeat, the lyrics tackle love and emotions, and the thought of not being able to get someone special out of your head.

“You could break my heart in two
But when it heals, it beats for you
I know it’s forward, but it’s true”

Take a look at the captivating music video in the gallery above, and see Selena’s snaps from “Back to You” below.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Yaeji Is the Cover Star of 'Fader' Magazine's Summer 2018 Issue
Music

Yaeji Is the Cover Star of 'Fader' Magazine's Summer 2018 Issue

She sheds light on the importance of representation.
1,052 Hypes

Check Out Gucci's New iPhone Belt Bag & Phone Case
Fashion

Check Out Gucci's New iPhone Belt Bag & Phone Case

Made exclusively for your Apple device.
1,581 Hypes


Take a Look Inside Instagram's Newly-Designed New York Office
Travel

Take a Look Inside Instagram's Newly-Designed New York Office

We toured the tech-infused space.
10,173 Hypes


pam pam's Latest Campaign Highlights the Versatility of adidas Originals' Falcon
Footwear

pam pam's Latest Campaign Highlights the Versatility of adidas Originals' Falcon

Featuring a group of talented London-based B-girl dancers.
2,445 Hypes

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Keep updated on the latest news.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.