Janet Devlin mourns the loss all the Honest Men in the new video. It sounds like Devlin has already lived more than a lifetime, and this is what you should be watching already!
Janet Devlin mourns the loss all the Honest Men in the new video. It sounds like Devlin has already lived more than a lifetime.
Honest Men was produced by Jonathan Quarmby and recorded in 2018 at London's RAK Studios and Dublin's Westland Studios; it began life as a self-reflective commentary in the midst of a long winter-battling seasonal affective disorder. "I was alone in my house in London, ukulele in hand," Janet recalls of the song's origin. "I began singing the darkest lyrics over the top of this beautiful melody that was emerging from my little uke. That juxtaposition of light and shade inspired me to write the whole thing in under an hour. It really captured a moment and a lot of meaning is contained in in this track!"
Just watch it below.
The song arrived January 10th, and it marks the third single from Janet Devlin's upcoming concept album, Confessional, set for release in May 2020. Honest Men is a sobering anti-ballad written solely by the 25-year-old Irish singer-songwriter.
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