Hold My Hand is a collective music video that uses hand-painted 16mm film as its base. We mailed 100 DIY filmmaking kits to folx around the world along with a section of lyrics to the new Death Valley Girls song Hold My Hand. We edited all the footage together, and the result was the following video which premiered via Rolling Stone on August, 19, 2020.

 

Film painted by:
Emily Andrews – Emily Atwood – Andi Avery – Brittany Baksa – Jillian Banegas – Cali M. Banks – Kavan Barnett – Tiffany Benitez – Jackie Borofsky – Josh Bloomer – Kansas Bowling – Archer Boyette – Mateo Carrasco García – María Castillo – Marisol Castillo – Tara Chickey – Andrea Comiskey – Nola Cooks – Shane Dedman – Paul DeSilva – Cedar Floyd – Mark Giese – Christie Gulden-Swengel – Rachael Guma – Ted Hesse – Kevin Hawkins – Erica Hill – James Hollenbaugh – stephanie hough – Justin Jackley – Ashley Jellison – Jody Kho – Kheang Kho – Abby King – Brian Lonano – Kevin Daniel Lonano – Hannah “Aloha” Macnamara – Rocio Mesa – Quatoyiah Murry – Lucas Ostrowski – Clayton Pacelli – Mattie Pieschel – Hannie Ramirez – Justin Rhody – Sarah Bex Rice – Robyn Riggins – Jose Ruiz – Emily Sabanero – Ulises Sabanero – Hogan Seidel – Caleb Smith – Kria Deren Smith – Gabby Sumney – Darren Swengel – Sophia Swengel – Shea Valdez – Will VK – Eileen White – Lauren Young – Kristin Zahra – Cathy Zimmermann

To view individual clips, click here.