The Japanese House Drops Live Session Video for “Everybody Hates Me”
- Back in March, English alt-pop singer-songwriter The Japanese House released her long-awaited debut album “Good at Falling”.
She has delivered the live session video for “Everybody Hates Me” from the album. The session was recorded in Los Angeles.
She said of the song, “This song is about me being really hung over for two, three years. Every day waking up with that feeling of ‘everyone hates me and I’ve ruined my life.’ Looking back at the time, I thought—almost jokingly—it’s a hangover anthem. Now it’s really sad for me to look back knowing I spent so much time hating myself because I couldn’t stop drinking. I felt alone for that entire period of time. I stopped drinking for a while after I wrote that song. I need to stop drinking again.”
After the release of the video, she announced her North American Tour dates. The tour will launch at The Observatory North Park in San Diego on October 11th and will conclude at The Beacham in Orlando on November 14th.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- source : RocknLoadMag