Natasha Bedingfield brings people together in this inspiring and socially estranged dance video

Natasha Bedingfield recorded “Together in This” as the final title of the animated song. Jungle Beat: the movie, and his music video for today (June 26) certainly tied him to his main message.

Written by famous songwriter and friend Jonas Myrin, “Together in This” comforts listeners who think they have to face adversity on their own but don’t have to. And during the best part of the three visual minutes, nobody has to dance alone either. Six-year-old YouTube star Anastasia Radzinskaya choreographed a routine that other people like Derek Hough and Jungle beatThe characters continue to their socially distant jubilee.

In an interview with Persons Previously released today, Bedingfield said his new song extends beyond friendship and connects to the alliance, an incredibly relevant theme during the resurgent Black Lives Matter and Pride Month movement. “We are all divided right now, but I think we are finding ways to unite, even if you think about the protests, and I feel that people are finding what is important to them and uniting in the causes that matter,” he said. Persons. “Some people are separated from their families and have to find creative ways to connect with them.”

Jungle Beat: the movie It also debuted in digital broadcast services worldwide today. The animated family movie features a nostalgic alien crashing his spaceship into an African jungle and making some furry animal friends who have to help him return to his ship before his father, the space conqueror, takes over the planet.

“I have been trying to find ways to keep my son entertained without him being able to play with other children,” he told Persons about her two-and-a-half-year-old son Solomon, who recently underwent multiple surgeries for a brain infection. “So finding movies or TV shows that I know have good messages and that the whole family can watch is really something that is like gold. Right now, your children are being brought up much more on screen than they probably would like, but it’s just necessary. ” “

Watch Bedingfield’s “Together in This” music video below.