Paige Shannon is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, she released a nostalgic Country tune, entitled, “This House.”
Paige Shannon – “This House” single
“They say time heals all wounds, so maybe time will heal this too. Some gray in the hair of the young family there, and some forgiveness between me and you. Someday, I’ll need to drive by here again, yearning for a taste of where and when. A brand new fence, a coat of paint, and a strange name on the door. This house is not my home anymore.” – lyrics
‘This House’ finds Paige Shannon singing about moving out of her family’s home. The sentimental tune contains a reflective narrative, ear-pleasing vocalization, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Miranda Lambert, Brandi Carlile, and Taylor Swift. Also, “This House” possesses guitar-driven instrumentation flavored with contemporary Country and Americana elements. Furthermore, the song serves as a wonderful presentation of what listeners can expect to hear from Paige in the near future.
“Memories can haunt us at the end, with my last breath, I’ll call your ghost again.”
“I turned 22 in May, and I’m moving out for good this month. I wrote ‘This House’ with my dad, Harry Shannon, about leaving home behind, growing up, getting older, and facing change head on. I hope you love it as much as I do.” – Paige Shannon explained
“This House” single
“This house is not my home anymore. Clean and pack it up and lock the door. Years of laughs and tears between the ceiling and the floor. This house is not my home anymore. At first, I’ll stay away and just move on. I know it’s not my place, I don’t belong. Watching someone else’s life, sing someone else’s song. This house is not my home anymore.” – lyrics
Paige Shannon stated that the cover art is a scan of an old polaroid picture of the house in Wells, Nevada, where her grandmother grew up.
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