Reba McEntire brings the encouraging message of “Somehow You Do” to life in a new music video, inspiring viewers to fight on at all costs.
Written by the legendary Diana Warren, the song is a moving ballad of inner-strength, featured in the upcoming film, Four Good Days. The movie stars Glenn Close and Mila Kunis as a mother and daughter struggling to overcome an opioid addiction, and McEntire’s song highlights the difficult transition to a new life. It marks the third time Reba has collaborated with Warren (following “What If” in 1997 and “I’ll Be” in 2000), and features a powerful music video filmed in the Southern Californian desert which was directed by Jon Avnet (Fried Green Tomatoes, Risky Business, Black Swan).
“It’s an honor to get to sing a Diane Warren song anytime, but then to be associated with talented actors in a movie like Glenn and Mila is just icing on the cake,” McEntire says. “Add in Jon Avnet directing the video and it just doesn’t get much better!”
“‘Somehow You Do’ is a song about hope, about how even through the times that are so hard and moments in your life that are so devastating, that somehow you will get through them and get to the other side,” Warren adds. “It is a song about strength of the human spirit and no voice can convey that as much as Reba McEntire. She makes you feel with every note that you might think you can’t get through it, but somehow you will, and somehow you do.”
Four Good Days opens in select theaters on April 30. McEntire first shared “Somehow You Do” in March, and it is available for streaming now.