British singer-songwriter Amber Bain, also known as “The Japanese House,” recently released her latest song, “One for Sorrow, two for Joni Jones.”This song is the last song on her next album. in the end it always happens.
The song itself was named after the artist’s pet dog, Joni Jones, who was named after Canadian-American musician Joni Mitchell. The song opens with a gentle piano playing (played by Bain himself) before Bain begins reciting the lyrics. The song seems to tell the story of how she’s changed over the past year, but one thing that hasn’t changed is her relationship with her dog. It’s a raw and emotional piece, and the perfect song to close out her latest album.
When asked about her latest song in a recent press release, Bain said: “This is my favorite song and I wrote it as a song a long time ago when I was playing the piano. [producer] Chloe used to record me playing the piano with my dog on my lap… This is the only song I cried during a vocal take, never before. “
Bain’s next album in the end it always happens Overall, it highlights lost love and heartbreak, and explores her childhood and herself. Both as an artist and as a person.
Japanese House also recently announced her US tour, which kicks off November 1st at the Union Transfer Concert Venue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her next show in the UK is scheduled for June 29th at St John’s Church in London.
The Japanese House’s Next Album in the end it always happens Released on June 30th.
See our previous article on “The Japanese House” below.
The Japanese House announce fall 2023 North American tour dates
Japanese House Coming to Emoji’s Austin on November 10th